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Sony ST-S770ES

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Sony ST-S770ES Stereo Radio Tuner


  • Manufacturer: Sony
  • Model: ST-S 770 ES
  • Years of construction: 1991 - 1992
  • Manufactured in: Japan
  • Colour: black and champagne
  • Remote control: no
  • Power consumption: 20W
  • Dimensions: 470 x 96 x 372 mm (WxHxD)
  • Weight: 6.4kg
  • Original price approx. :
    • Sony ST-S 770 ES/B: 800 DM (RRP black)
    • Sony ST-S 770 ES/D: 900 DM (RRP champagne)
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Sony ST-S770ES Tuner was the top of the company’s premium ES range (above the 500 and 300 series), with exceptional build quality and thoroughbred engineering in a large (430x95x372mm, 5.8kg) container. The ST-770ES, for example, despite the fact that the RDS (Radio Data System) had been around for a few years, did not have it installed, but the cheaper tuners in the range did. Why? Because Sony’s engineers couldn’t get the unit to sound as well as they desired with an RDS chip inside, they decided to remove it. In other words, it was built to prioritize sound quality over all else – but, because it was made in Japan, it didn’t mean it was devoid of the majority of the frills expected of a premium tuner.

The ST-S770ES did indeed have a display that lit up like a Christmas tree; this was no Naim NAT-01. It was, in fact, a clever and complicated design, complete with a bank of thirty FM and AM presets that not only saved the frequency but also allowed the user to assign a user-input name (remember, there was no RDS) and remember a variety of various settings unique to that preset. These comprised the radio aerial to be utilized (there were two FM inputs), the aerial attenuation level, the IF band if station muting was required, and the FM mode (mono, stereo, or hi-blend). To put it another way, the ST-S770ES provided a vast range of configurations, all of which could be changed instantaneously by pressing a single preset button.

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