VINTAGE SANSUI 8900ZDB STEREO RECEIVERMONSTER 125 Watts Per Channel @ only .02 THD ! This Sansui 8900ZDB reciever was built in 1981 and 1982 and it was the LAST year that Sansui had their World Famous quality Pre-Amps in their Receivers! This MONSTER receiver has 125 Watts Per Channel @ only .02 THD. This receiver is very powerful and sounds great, all lights work, the FM tuner and Station presets work. I used the AUX in for the CD and it sounded great, deep and clear. I also tested both speaker A & B systems seperately and at the same time playing my four speakers. The Spectrum Analyzer - control (small knob) controls the Blue Spectrum Analyzer display and also controls the sound. This feature allows you to adjust the depth of the music soundfield! I found with the right adjustment, you get added depth to the soundfield, but yet the music comes back tight! The RED LED power meters are the best I have ever seen. The LED Power Meters go from the inside out in each direction, it looks very cool. The FM TUNER section has FM Dolby noise reduction. It also has six station presets along with Digital tuning and also old school tuning. This receiver face looks great, with some normal signs of wear. The top of the wood cabinet looks good, but if you look at it in the light you can see some scuff dents that didn't take off the wood grain but can be seen at an angle in the light. I wanted to point it out as they don't show up in the photos. The wood sides look really good. The rear panel looks good also. Check my feedback, and . This is an Paypal only auction. I ship the next day after receiving the Paypal payment. I ship via UPS with insurance and UPS Tracking # all included in the shipping fee. I will e-mail the UPS Tracking # to the winning bidder after I ship it. This Vintage Sansui receiver will be Pro Packed with LARGE bubble wrap and packed well with other packings to ensure they arrive safely. As with all vintage electronics no returns are accepted due to age. Check my feedback, I have packed many heavy stereo receivers so I know how to pack expensive electronics. Thanks for looking!