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Vintage Sharp receiver

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I' am having trouble to find specs for this Sharp SC-6900 receiver on google.com but does anyone know what are the specs for it? I would like to know how many watts per channel and frequency response when selecting CD as a source. This receiver has the amp, tuner and two tape players all in one. I beleive this receiver was made around 1992.


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Doesn't it say on the outputs how many watts?
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It only shows the power comsumption and that's 250 watts with turntable but I don't have the turntable so it's probley less than that. I know there is a plug for connecting the turntable and it says 50 watts max so I assume that power plug on the receiver is for the turntable so basicly without it it only uses 200 watts of power. But it doesn't show anything for how loud they go or so. It shows the brand and model of the receiver and serial number and also says 8-16 ohms by where you connect the speakers and that's pretty much it. I think this had a owners manual since it did say notice: see operation manual.
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