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Posted by BeatleFred on October 17, 2004 at 10:36:54:
In Reply to: Re: wanted parts for sansui ba 5000 Hello B/F posted by John Hurley on October 14, 2004 at 21:03:23:
The 3rd BA-5K I have is not quite as in pristine condition as the other two I own, but its still in good condition overall and works fine. I just dont have the space anymore in my basement to set the 3rd BA-5K up at this time, so I dont know if I'll be able use it much in the future, atleast until I could remodel/rearrange my basement, and thats a project that cant be done in a day's time. I also bought a new car, so I'm a bit low on funds at the moment, thus, why I was thinking of selling the third BA-5K (the other two are not for sale).
As for the equipment you own, I think you should do fine with all of them , as they are all excellent models. I think you meant to write you have a TU-717 (not 727 typo) and the 717 is a great tuner, (I have a TU-719), I dont know if getting a TU-X1 is worth spending the high price that sellers expect for them, as the TU-717 as Ive mentioned already is an excellent tuner, but if youre into collecting hi-end Sansui and willing to pay the $$, then I suppose I could see why the TU-X1 is on your list.
(Ps: I was just curious what Year/Month your BA-5K is, you can find out by looking at the s/n in the back, the third to fifth digits. The third digit is likely to be either a 5, 6, or 7, which represents '75, '76, or '77. All three of mine are 1975 units) I am still looking to see if any 1978 BA-5000's are out there.
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