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TEAC AM/FM Receiver. AG-H300mkIII
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Code: TEAC Receiver
Price: $399.00
Shipping Weight: 14.00 pounds
6-input Selector (Tuner, CD, Tape1, Tape2, Phono, AUX)
Motor-driven Volume Control
Phono Input
Tone and Balance Control
CD Direct
PLL Synthesized AM/FM Stereo Tuner
AM 30, FM 30 Preset Station Memory
Multi Function FL Display
Timer Function
Brushed Aluminium Front Panel
Full Function System Remote

Output Power: 35W + 35W (8 ohms, RMS)
Audio Input: x 5
Audio Output: x 2
Headphone Jack: x 1
Binding Post Speaker Terminals
Operation: 120V AC, 60Hz (US)
Dimension (W x H x D), Weight: 8-1/2" x 4-3/8" x 12-1/8", 8.8 lbs. 215 x 110 x 307mm, 4.0 kg
Carton Box Dimension, Gross Weight: 15" x 11" x 7-1/2", 12.2 lbs. 380 x 280 x 190mm, 5.5 kg

Check out this great REVIEW on Good Sound Equipment .com .

"The AG-H300mkIIIís ability to render big acoustic spaces was another of its strengths. I noticed this when listening to several CDs, among them Eddie Vedderís soundtrack to the film Into the Wild (CD, J Records 88697-15944-2). On "Society," Vedderís vocals were more forward-sounding than I ever remember hearing them, but the reverb added to the mix gives the impression that the song was recorded in a large hall rather than in a studio in Seattle, and works to good effect. Through the AG-H300, Vedderís lyrics were presented clearly, as they traveled to and bounced back from the distant walls that seemed to surround him. The TEACís notable re-creation of ambience was also well suited to Radioheadís Kid A (Parlophone 5 27753 2). I find that this disc creates a more expansive soundscape than any of the bandís other albums, and the TEAC did a good job of helping me follow what was happening in the music while deeply immersing me in Kid Aís enveloping sound. Ditto for Great Lake Swimmersí wonderful Ongiara (CD, Nettwerk 0 6700-30691-2), recorded in Aeolian Hall in London, Ontario, Canada. The AG-H300mkIII convincingly conveyed the openness and spaciousness of the Aeolian, helping to bring a certain intimacy to the music. "