See the photos (linked). Yes -- mono, stereo, reverse-stereo, left-only and right-only to outputs. I
forgot to mention that it also has built-in speaker switching (signal is routed up from the power
amp and then out to the speakers).
-- Tom Fine
----- Original Message -----
From: "Steve Smolian" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, December 23, 2013 8:52 AM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] Two nice, working pieces of vintage audio gear
> Hi, Tom,
> Does the Luxman have a mono switch?
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Tom Fine
> Sent: Monday, December 23, 2013 8:33 AM
> To: [log in to unmask]
> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Two nice, working pieces of vintage audio gear
> It's time to clear out some space in the listening room. So I am offering the following for sale,
> below eBay prices.
> 1. Luxman C-1010 Preamp. Original manual, warranty card and brochure included. This was a very
> example of Japanese solid-state engineering in the mid-70s. The phono section offers many options,
> there are robust and flexible tone controls, and the overall sound is clean and sharp. Facilities
> for two tape decks, too.
> In good, working condition. Cosmetically nice. Never abused, in fact lightly used by original
> and then lightly used by me. It sounds good, very quiet and accurate.
> Photos here:
> These have recently sold on eBay for the $450 range (without original documentation and brochure).
> I'm asking $400 plus shipping.
> 2. Dynaco ST70 Power amplifier. This amp has been rebuilt and re-wired and it works and sounds
> good. It features the DIYTube driver board, which is a better design than original, a better
> board than Dynaco's flimsy originals, and uses readily available tubes. It also features the SDS
> Labs power supply board (new capacitors, more uf of filter caps, better filament supply). The
> exterior is less than perfect, but someone really concerned about that can get it re-chromed.
> After restoration, this amp was burned in and used for a few dozen hours. It sounds good, typical
> nice Dynaco output transformers make for suprisingly quick and clear sound from a tube amp. The
> beefed up power supply helps with bass transients (no sag). Full 35 tube watts per channel can
> most speakers at comfortable listening levels.
> Photos here:
> Un-modified and un-restored Dynaco ST70s have sold for $450-550 recently on eBay. I'm asking $400
> plus shipping.
> Ping me off-list if interested.
> -- Tom Fine