TOSHIBA SM-4750 (JAPAN 1979)
At the heart of the SM-4750 music center from Toshiba there is a digital synthesizer tuner which guarantees absolutely accurate, drift-free tuning every time. Once you've tuned in to your favorite radio station the quartz crystal locks the tuner into the signal until you're ready for a change. No interference, and no drifting. It offers you instant pushbutton tuning on any of 4 wavebands, and the computerized memory control means you can automatically preset up to 32 of your favorite stations. The LED readout display shows you the frequency you're listening to, then reverts to a time display 5 seconds later. Toshiba claims that this kind of accurate tuning was invented by them and offered for the first time in a music center. The SM-4750 features a 37 watts per channel at 8 ohms amplifier, and incorporates all the features you'd expect from a music reproduction center that competes with some of the best hi-fi. The cassette recorder section can handle normal, Fe-Cr and Chrome tapes, it features Dolby noise reduction circuit and manual recording level with LED level meters. The turntable is a Direct Drive fully automatic model with S-shaped tonearm and Toshiba C-290M cartridge. Dimensions:m692x210x430 mm | Weight: 20,5 kg.