The Onkyo Tx3000 is a stereo am/fm receiver manufactured in the 1970s. It's a servo-locked tuner/amplifier with individual bass, treble, volume and balance controls. It features the classic VU meters, which give it that genuine 1970s style. This receiver also comes equipped with loudness, stereo/mono and high-filter switches.
The Tx3000 has an output of 45 watts per channel operating at 8 ohms. It is equipped with a 120 and 220 volt switching power supply.
Size and Dimensions
This vintage Onkyo is fairly heavy at 45 pounds, or 17.4 kilograms. The dimensions are 19 inches in width, 5 1/8 inches in height and 14 13/16 inches in length.
Other General Specifications
The Tx3000 has a signal-to-noise ratio in mono of 70 decibels. Its signal-to-noise ratio in stereo is 65 decibels. The frequency response of this Onkyo ranges from 30 Hz to 15 kHz. It comes equipped with inputs for phono, two tape players and AM/FM antennas. The Onkyo also has two sets of speaker outputs.
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