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Posted by Gavin Wilks on October 10, 2004 at 05:17:27:

In Reply to: Re: SANSUI AU-D11II INTEGRATED AMP: 'PROTECTOR' FEATURE posted by BeatleFred on October 10, 2004 at 00:24:38:

Hi B/F, thanks for the reply. The AU-D11II was sold to me as 'brand new' (i.e. never used). On inspection, I was clearly able to see that there is not even so much as a fingerprint on it. Superficially, it's in MINT condition. It was found in a spare room following a family bereavement, so I'm told, (and I've no reason to think otherwise) and appeared never to have had a plug on it, so it looks as though it's never been used at all. It's obviously had a twenty year stretch of complete inactivity. For this reason, I feel that the seller genuinely knew nothing of the amp's condition and he pointed out he was selling it on behalf of the family. I got the impression he was genuine. To answer your other question, if I try it on only speakers A or B, the same thing happens after a while. I also notice a difference in terms of how each external device affects it. The CD (nakamichi MB-3s), turntable (sansui P50), tuner (Sansui T60L) and tape deck (sansui SC-3100G) all run with varying degrees of success - The tape deck, least so. Looks like I'm going to my local Hi-Fi repair shop then?

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