The Nakamichi TA-1A is an old model radio receiver. It is also known as a tuner amplifier. The TA-1A was introduced in 1988 and discontinued in 1989. No technical support from Nakamichi is available for the receiver and replacement parts are scarce. The TA-1A receiver can be bought online through many different websites that sell used audio equipment.
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Inputs and Outputs
The Nakimichi TA-1A has phono -- L-R RCA audio input -- FM, AM, and cassette tape inputs. Several switches on the rear of the receiver allow you to switch audio output from different inputs. Every input has a corresponding output.
Power Consumption and Requirements
The Nakamichi TA-1A is powered by a standard AC 120-volt outlet. Power used by the receiver totals 150 watts during full load. Maximum frequency for the power input is 60 hertz.
A digital LED front panel, which at the time of production in 1988 was state-of-the-art technology, allows users to change settings without having to play around with dials and switches. However, several knobs and buttons were included for simple functions, such as speaker selection, power on and off, volume level, left and right balance, bass, and treble.
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