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AM/FM Stereo Receiver (1982)

Mac 1700 Radio

Description

The MAC-1700 has modern convenience, but preserves the reliability of the original KX-170B. The rest of your avionics will neither know nor care that your KX-170B or KX-175B NAV/COMM has been upgraded. The MAC-1700 features: Digital tuning; Active / standby frequency display; Push button frequency flip-flop. Listen to more than 900 free internet radio stations from Australia streaming live online right now. Browse all your favourite music genres. I have a MAC 1700 nav/com radio that I kept as a spare for the Aztec. Kent loves these radios. What's nice with this radio is that it is a digital face, flip-flop radio that stores multiple frequencies. With 200 Watts per channel, 14 inputs and a high-performance AM/FM tuner, the MAC7200 Receiver is a music lover’s dream. Tuner experience. McIntosh has been making tuners since the 1950s and they are one of the hallmarks of McIntosh, with the groundbreaking MR78 FM Tuner from 1972 considered an all-time classic in the audio industry. The phono amplifier in the MAC4100 uses a new high technology integrated circuit operational amplifier. Its differential input stage has been optimized for low noise and low distortion performance.

The phono amplifier in the MAC4100 uses a new high technology integrated circuit operational amplifier. Its differential input stage has been optimized for low noise and low distortion performance.

Electronic input selector switching uses field effect analogue switches. The mechanical input selector simply switches small amounts of DC which turn the FET analogue switches off or on. This design eliminates degradation of frequency response and also eliminates noise pickup from long signal paths necessary with conventional mechanical switching. It means, as well, that switch clicks and pops have been eliminated.

The equalizer amplifier is constructed with ion implanted junction field effect operational amplifiers. These new devices amplify signals with a 6 dB better signal to noise ratio than their bipolar counterparts.

Mac 1700 Manual

Amplifiers are capable of delivering large quantities of power when they are driven to clipping. Clipping is caused when the amplifier is asked to produce more power output than it can deliver with low distortion.

The MAC4100 has a built-in waveform comparator that compares the wave shape of the input signal with the output signal. If the disparity between the two signals exceeds 0.5% a front panel signal illuminates in red at the top of the power output indicators, with any further increase in distortion the Power Guard circuit will operate.

Specifications

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Tuning range: FM, MW

Power output: 75 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.05%

Damping factor: 30

Input sensitivity: 2mV (MM), 250mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 80dB (MM), 90dB (line)

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Output: 250mV (line)

Speaker load impedance: 4Ω to 8Ω

Semiconductors: 31 x IC, 45 x transistors, 62 x diodes, 1 x SCR

Dimensions: 473 x 165 x 394mm

Weight: 19kg

Finish: satin silver front panel, walnut grained vinyl cabinet

Year: 1978

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