1970 set of of little separates - the decade is in their name.
spectacular here - just cute little components which served as previews
of what was to come in higher end (Precise
P7 or Falcon) or portable end (FH-7, aka Heli). Of course not as well remembered as the famed "88" : TA-88 & ST-88.
The TA-70 is a 3,8kg low-noise SEPP-OTL with a tape loop for easy connection of a 4-channel matrix decoder, 2x 30W of "dynamic" power (2x 8W between 20Hz and 20kHz) and a switch to select ceramic or magnetic phono cartridges.
The 2,8kg AM/FM ST-70 has a FET front-end, solid-state IF filters and AFC function.
The SS-70 is a 1,9kg two-way acoustic suspension with a 13cm woof and a 6cm cone tweeter. All are finished in teak veneer.
Recommended partners : SQA-200 4-channel adaptor, TC-117 and PS-5011 (UK) or TC-121 (USA). Later joined in a few markets by the similarily 33cm dimensioned TA-73 & ST-73.
contemporarily tagged by VolksWagen : small
is big. Perhaps more precisely :
small is big enough for most people
images comes from a 1977 UK catalog (top + bottom) and a 1971 USA sell-sheet (center).