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 home audio equiptment Q?

So I was looking through the closet the other day and I found my old Nikkon NR 750 home amplifier/tuner. I want to find some speakers for it but after searching the web I can only find the manual on ebay, and i dont do ebay purchases! If anyone can find the specs on power output and impedance I would greatly appreciate it!! The Nikkon is from the late 80's or early 90's.

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Let me look around a bit.....I have never heard of that brand. Can you post a pic?

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thanks for helping, but i dont have a photobucket acct yet. I should hurry up on that though. I am looking through 70yrs of my gmas stuff for the manual. they have one on ebay i might check out. It does say 100w unswitched and 200w switched if that means anything.

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thanks for helping, but i dont have a photobucket acct yet. I should hurry up on that though. I am looking through 70yrs of my gmas stuff for the manual. they have one on ebay i might check out. It does say 100w unswitched and 200w switched if that means anything.



That sounds like something to do with outlets on the back to run another peice of equipment from. I have owned a literal ton of home audio over the last several decades and I have never heard of that brand. I want pics.....sign up for Photobucket....It only takes a few seconds.

 

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Do you mean NIKKO?

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Do you mean NIKKO?



yeah, I dont know why, but for the last three days i've been adding the "n" lol and working on the pics now.

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Audiogon says its 48 watts per channel

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if you have gmail then picasa is a lot easier IMO.

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thanks guys set up photobucket just need to upload pics, ill check out picasa too

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I don't think NIKKO is in business anymore but OMG they used to make some amazing equipment. Many yrs ago .....in the late 80's I was in south carolina and met a guy with an insane stereo setup....Actually Home theater. He had 12 200 watt Nikko power amps.....i wish i would have taken pics....He had all the amps mounted in 2 pro audio kinda racks. The setup was in a room he had built onto the side of a pre fab home. The room was huge...something like 40 by 20. He had all those amps driving something like 24 speakers. 24 cabinet speakers made by Vmmps. I think that's the name. the actual main left and right were at least 7 feet tall. He let me pick out a disc to listen to.....He mainly played a turntable. I can't for the life of me remember what I picked. He had a kinda walk in closet next to the theater that was the music storage room. Floor to ceiling of music. Records on the right and cd's on the left. There was a rolling ladder on each side to get to the high stuff.

I picked something out and he put it in....I have still to this day not heard anything that can come close to that system. It could effortlessly make you lose your breath. Parts of music took another entire sense at that level. It was ungodly loud but strangely it didn't fatigue your ears at all. I would have loved to have an spl meter back then.

 

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I don't think NIKKO is in business anymore but OMG they used to make some amazing equipment. Many yrs ago .....in the late 80's I was in south carolina and met a guy with an insane stereo setup....Actually Home theater. He had 12 200 watt Nikko power amps.....i wish i would have taken pics....He had all the amps mounted in 2 pro audio kinda racks. The setup was in a room he had built onto the side of a pre fab home. The room was huge...something like 40 by 20. He had all those amps driving something like 24 speakers. 24 cabinet speakers made by Vmmps. I think that's the name. the actual main left and right were at least 7 feet tall. He let me pick out a disc to listen to.....He mainly played a turntable. I can't for the life of me remember what I picked. He had a kinda walk in closet next to the theater that was the music storage room. Floor to ceiling of music. Records on the right and cd's on the left. There was a rolling ladder on each side to get to the high stuff.

I picked something out and he put it in....I have still to this day not heard anything that can come close to that system. It could effortlessly make you lose your breath. Parts of music took another entire sense at that level. It was ungodly loud but strangely it didn't fatigue your ears at all. I would have loved to have an spl meter back then.

 



You should go back and get pics. :)

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