I imagine these radios are working properly, it's just that I got them at a yard sale, and they could'nt find the users manuals. Any idea where I could maybe download the instructions? Any info would be much appreciated! Thanks, Cynthia
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Difficult question. Which Sansui amp? You could start small, say 2A, increase by 1's till it doesn't blow or if that is too expensive, 2, 5, 8, 10, 12, 15, get the idea? Just don't start big and expect it to work properly, the fuse that is, it is supposed to blow, not "let the magic smoke out".
The end without a connector was once attached to an antenna. You need a proper antenna in order to use the radio. If you were to buy a new antenna, it will come with a length of cable attached. Even if you were to buy a new antenna, don't expect good performance from the radio unless you get the antenna properly adjusted. Yes, it will work "out of the box", but probably not as good as it could. There is a device called an SWR bridge, it's used to measure the SWR and the user then adjusts the antenna for the lowest reading by trial and error adjustment of the antenna.