Harman Kardon SC7 component control center Integrated Amplifiers

Harman Kardon SC7 component control center Integrated Amplifiers 

DESCRIPTION

Amp (200 watt) am fm receiver, dual 1009 turntable.

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[Jul 23, 2011]
Cabot
Casual Listener

I have a circa 1968 Harmon Kardon SC7 Component Control Center that I bought while in college but I has been in storage for the better part of 30 years. It was a top of the line product at that point. I still have two double wall inert sand speakers that put out unparalleled sound. I turned it on after 25 years and the tuner and turntable still work. I've lost track of the speaker cables and jacks and would like to see if the system is still operable but I don't know where to go to replace the speaker cables and jacks.

Would appreciate any suggestions.

Thanks in advance.

Cabot

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5
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5
[Oct 20, 2010]
woody
Audio Enthusiast

i have a 1968 sc7 harman kardon compact and have used it for ten years after it sat in a basement for 15 years or so. nimt condition and sounds great . turntable needed new motor and sounds sweet now. alll-in one solid wood casing is mind blowing. got four channels and defenitive tech dr 7 towers 200 watts provide crisp and base sound undistorted - small jvc bookshelf 20 watts fill out the sound - really nice options with speaker control and reciver usage. i mostly use the turntable and have the original drop and a stubby drop as well. system is small and takes up no more space than a laptop and is unassuming at first glance. very portable for tc trips to dj at parties- has oem speker set up and plugs.you only need to buy one in a lifetime . love this stereo

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5
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5
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