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Old 6th Dec 2017, 4:27 pm   #1
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Default Sony ST-SB920 FM/AM stereo tuner

With some reluctance I've decided to let my Sony ST-SB920 FM/AM tuner go. As was discussed in these very pages a few months ago the ST-SB920 is widely known as an excellent performer with lots of useful features including FM bandwidth wide or narrow choice (to differentiate two close stations), aerial choice, mono/stereo, attenuation etc and best of all, all of these choices can be allocated and stored to an individual station/setting so that the next time you choose to listen to that station, your chosen settings are already there, you don't have to set it all up again. There's a flap on the front panel that folds down to expose a number of extra controls and features. You can also choose how much or what is shown in the display. I gave it a basic wipe over before taking the photos but you can see there's still some dust in the corners, otherwise it is pretty much perfect, no scratches or marks it has always lived on my hifi shelf. Supplied with original user manual, but NO mains plug.

80. Prefer collection from Rugeley, Staffs but can ship for 20 (if it's any less I will refund the difference). First to fully commit takes it.
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Old 6th Dec 2017, 6:14 pm   #2
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Default Re: Sony ST-SB920 FM/AM stereo tuner

Hello Steve,

Very good tuner and part of the QS range, hope it finds a good home.

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Old 6th Dec 2017, 6:45 pm   #3
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Default Re: Sony ST-SB920 FM/AM stereo tuner

Thanks Nigel. Yes I was - and am - in two minds to let it go, but I'm having a change around/revamp so that's it I guess.
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