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Luxman R-114 1985 Black

Used – Very Good
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Thornton, CO, United States
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The Luxman R-114, a compact, 50-watt stereo receiver, offers most of the features of larger and more expensive units. Its digital-synthesis am/fm tuner has twenty preset channels selected by ten buttons that store and recall two different frequencies, either am or fm. Manual (single-step) and auto-scan tuning modes are provided as well as switchable mono/stereo fm operation. A preset-scan feature samples each stored channel for 5 seconds before proceeding to the next one.

The amplifier section is rated at 50 watts output per channel into 8-ohm loads, from 20 to 20,000 Hz, with no more than 0.05 percent total harmonic distortion. Dynamic power ratings are 70 watts into 8 ohms, 100 watts into 4 ohms, and 130 watts into 2 ohms.

The R-114 has inputs for two high-level sources (a/v and CD) and a combined phono/auxiliary input that can be assigned to either of those sources with a rear-apron slide switch. There are also recording and playback connections for two tape decks. The input source is selected by pressing one of seven buttons on the panel, lighting a red led above it. A knob switch selects the source to be sent to the tape-recording outputs, independently of the listening selection. In addition to its source settings, this switch has an off position and two dubbing positions.

The front panel also includes de-featable bass and treble tone controls, a balance control, and a large volume knob. Small pushbuttons activate an infrasonic filter and a loudness-compensation circuit. The two sets of speaker outputs can be connected by separate front-panel buttons.

The display window shows the station frequency, band, and preset channel number. Red LED's show the status of the tuner control buttons, and relative signal strength is shown by a five-segment sloping indicator. There is also a sensor window for the supplied infrared remote control, which operates the input selector and the motorized volume control and switches the receiver on and off. The compact remote control has a "mute" button (not present on the receiver's panel) that reduces the volume by 20 dB, causing the red led in the volume knob to blink, as well as several buttons dedicated to operating a compatible Luxman CD player, record changer, or tape deck through Luxman's multiroom remote system or a cable connection to the receiver.

The rear apron of the receiver contains the various signal input and output jacks plus several connectors for use with other Luxman components in a multiroom installation. There are binding posts for the am wire-loop antenna and an F-type coaxial jack for a 75-ohm fm antenna feeder. The two pairs of speaker outputs are insulated binding posts, which also accept dual banana-plug connectors. There are three AC outlets, two of them switched. The Luxman R-114 measures 17-1/4 inches wide, 14-3/4 inches deep, and 4-3/4 inches high and weighs just over 17 pounds.

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Listed5 months ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
Very Good items may show a few slight marks or scratches but are fully functional and in overall great shape.learn more
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