Realistic sta 95

Realistic sta 95 DEFAULT
  • Category
  • Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
  • Radiomuseum.org ID
  • 213757

 Technical Specifications

  • Main principle
  • Superheterodyne (common)
  • Wave bands
  • Broadcast (BC) and FM or UHF.
  • Power type and voltage
  • Alternating Current supply (AC) / 120 Volt
  • Loudspeaker
  • - This model requires external speaker(s).
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  • Model: Realistic AM/FM Stereo Receiver STA-95 Model 31-2082 - Radio Shack Tandy, Realistic,
  • Notes
  • Realistic AM/FM Stereo Receiver STA-95 Model-No. 31-2082.
    Signal- and Tuning Meter, Bass-, Treble-Control, Lo and Hi- Filter, Loudness, Speakers A, B, A + B.
    AC Outlets: Switched 100 watts max., unswitched 200 watts max., inputs Tape1, Tape2, Phono, AUX.
    Design Front Silver.
    Power Consumption 300 watts.
    Custom manufactured in Japan for Radio Shack.
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  • Model page created by Franz Scharner. See "Data change" for further contributors.

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Realistic STA-95

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AM/FM Stereo Receiver (1979-80)

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Realistic STA-95

Specifications

Tuning range: FM, MW

Power output: 45 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo)

Frequency response: 20Hz to 20kHz

Total harmonic distortion: 0.3%

Input sensitivity: 2.5mV (MM), 150mV (line)

Signal to noise ratio: 65dB (MM), 80dB (line)

Dimensions: 19-1/4 x 5-7/8 x 14-1/2 inches

Finish: walnut veneer case

Year: 1979

Price: USD $399.95 (1979)

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Reviewed Jan 31st, 2021 by Cotso72

Unbelievably picked up this unit off the side of the road in incredible condition. A couple of chipped edges and a missing on/off button which luckily let the unit permanently on.

Remove the walnut case and sanded back and wiped down with tung oil. Wiped down the face plate with WD40 and dusted off the boards and internal components with a large fine haired paint brush, then used and air duster and did a final blow out. A little deoxit and put it all back together.

Straight up, this is a gorgeous looking unit, very elegant and sophisticated. Very considered design, not competing for the bells and whistles look of the day which can cheapen the appearance and diminish the experience if it doesn't blow you away the moment you tern it on. Some units in this era, look to busy and are overwhelming to the eye and the mind.

Once plugged in and connected to speakers (JBL TLX 12s) I switched over to FM and tuned a few stations in. I have several receivers and stand alone tuners. My benchmark is the Beomaster 4400. A truly beautiful receiver and same vintage. The warmth, fullness and clarity is like nothing else. The Realistic reaches almost the same qualities and TBH only shies away by the narrowest of margins. Listening to FM is still a wonderful thing so I value greatly a receiver/tuner that pulls off a great listening experience. The tuner dial flows very smoothly across the stations...a little too smoothly but it rolls onto the reception effortlessly and hits optimum within millimeters first time. If you try to maximise just past the best point.....you need to roll it back for what seems and eternity...but not really. It's a little peculiar.

I've not plugged in a TT but instead connected the logitec bt so I could play a variety of tunes back to back to get a feel across acoustic, dance and scores from soundtracks.

Much like the look of the unit the sound reproduction was just as elegant and sophisticated. Round but sharp bass with a nice aftertaste of textured volume. The bass sits perfectly as a driving rhythm popping and dropping with nice efficiency throughout the dance music. Mids were prominent and forceful with exceptional clarity pulling your attention left and right depending on the driver emanating the sounds. Complex but edgy and in sync with the bass and the tweeters. The highs were sharp and discreet. All round the mix was very welcoming to the ear.

I think this would have been a very appealing prospect in its day. It would have caught a lot of people off guard on a first listening. Turned a few heads and made them question whether they'd spent their hard earned on the right receiver sitting under the TT back at home.

Check the link below for the unit in action. This is it's first run on the day I found it.

https://photos.app.goo.gl/gWjFaFNMhpNvp8ip9

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Reviewed Oct 10th, 2020 by johnnythund3rs

Bought one of these in vg physical condition about a month ago and have spent a few fun hours disassembling it, cleaning it, deoxit'ing the switches, pots, and whatnot. Has turned out to be quite a fun piece to play. I restored some Advent/1s and recently picked up a Dual TT to go with it and I really like this for medium volume analog listening. Paid $100. Feels like a fair price for a nice looking and sounding unit.

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Reviewed Aug 15th, 2019 by Ss camaro

Bought from ebay and it arrived filthy. I removed face plate and top cover and found the inside covered with a 1/4 inch of dust. So after my thorough cleaning and adjustments I was rewarded with great looks and kick-butt sound! I usually recap my stuff but was afraid it would change the sound of this receiver. It was perfect and my best sounding piece of audio equipment for low to medium volume listening.
And the 45 watts allow music to go very loud. The bass punches you in the chest faster then my marantz or sansui gear.
The highs are clean and very adjustable with the treble control.
I would recommend this receiver because it flies under the radar making it a steal price wise...

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Reviewed Jun 28th, 2019 by allopeanut

Beautifull , powerfull , excellent tuner and
Amplifier. Nice neutral sound.
Highly recommended.

 

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REALISTIC RECEIVER  45 watts/channel
MODEL STA-95
CIRCA 1979 / 1980
FINE WALNUT HARD WOOD CASE
SERIAL NUMBER 8030644
12" X 6" x 19"

This thing is in very very good condition.  looks like it was just bought yesterday, not 1979

SPECS PER RADIO MUSEUM DOT COM:
Country:    United States of America (USA)
Manufacturer / Brand:    Radio Shack (Tandy, Realistic); USA
Year: 1980
Category: Broadcast Receiver - or past WW2 Tuner
Semiconductors (the count is only for transistors) Semiconductors present.
Reception principle    Super-Heterodyne (Super in general)
Wave bands    Broadcast (BC) and FM or UHF.
Details    Hi-Fi equipment
Power type and voltage    Alternating Current supply (AC) / 120 Volt
Loudspeaker    - This model requires external speaker(s).
Power out    
Model: Realistic AM/FM Stereo Receiver STA-95 Model 31-2082 - Radio Shack Tandy, Realistic;
Material    Wooden case
Shape    Book-shelf unit.
Notes    Realistic AM/FM Stereo Receiver STA-95 Model-No. 31-2082.
Signal- and Tuning Meter, Bass-, Treble-Control, Lo and Hi- Filter, Loudness, Speakers A, B, A + B.
AC Outlets: Switched 100 watts max., unswitched 200 watts max., inputs Tape1, Tape2, Phono, AUX.
Design Front Silver.
Power Consumption 300 watts.
Custom manufactured in Japan for Radio Shack.
 

UNIT WORKS GREAT
LOOKS GREAT
FUN RETRO GEAR
MID CENTURY MODERN ELECTRONICS

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