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Just a question on specs for Aiwa NSX-5200 system

I know this thing is old but it sounds very good, except of course the cd player doesn't work. I'm wondering what the specs are for speakers and the THD?

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Hello I have had a look on the internet and found this for you it should let you download the user manual for free, good luck you should find out your specs

www.devicemanuals.com/company/AIWA-manuals-page9.html - 49k -

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Posted on Feb 20, 2008

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