MCM Electronics

Two Channel Stereo Receiver By Sherwood America (RX-4105) MCM Part #50-7805

5 stars 3 reviews
MSRP: $119.95
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Stereo Receiver
Straight–forward AM/FM receiver features outstanding tuner sensitivity, multiple component inputs, and a solid, discrete output, 100W RMS x two channel stereo amplifier. Additionally, the included remote control operates the relay switching for the A/B speaker outputs.

Specifications Top

  • AM/FM stereo tuning with 30 station presets
  • Large fluorescent display
  • Included 25 key IR remote control
  • Four line level inputs (plus tuner)
  • Digital encoder volume control
  • Headphone jack
  • Sleep timer

  • THD: < 0.08%
  • Frequency response: 20Hz ~ 20KHz
  • Power output: 100W RMS @ 8ohm
  • S/N ratio: >90dB
  • IHF FM tuner sensitivity: 17.2dBf
  • FM frequency response: 40Hz~12KHz
  • AM tuner sensitivity: 800 µV/M
  • AM Frequency response: 100Hz ~ 2.3KHz
  • Dimensions: 4 7/8" (H) x 17 3/8" (W) x 14" (D)
    Part Numbers
    MCM Part #:50-7805
    Sherwood America Part #:RX-4105
    Package Specifications & Dimensions
    Weight:23.23 lbs.
    Warranty:365 days
    Need to Return?
    Length:21 in.
    Width:18 in.
    Height:10 in.
    Shipping Information
    Extra Shipping Charge:No
    Drop Ship:No
    Catalog Pages
    MCM Cat 57, Page 309
    MCM Cat 56, Page 032
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  • Product Reviews Top

    • by softwar

      on 9/24/2012


      Overall: 5 out of 5

      The amp is crisp and clean. It drives my 12"woofer/horn two way speakers very nicely. I have yet to crank it up to the max because at 40% the output is simply awesome. I am using it for both CD play and output from my TV for the big movie sound. The controls are easy to master and it took me a whole 15 minutes to set up from open box to first CD. I do run a variety of music so the sound quality is great whether you a rockin or playing Mozart. Some might not like the simple bass and treble control (digital set on the reciever) but I am ok with that considering the price. I have yet to try the AM/FM. You should consider a large high ohm antenna over the classic tiny wire loop included - especially if you live far from the source stations. Be careful - at 100 Watts RMS output per channel - if your speakers can't handle the load - you will fry them.

    • by daviscreek

      on 5/20/2012

      Good Value

      Overall: 4.5 out of 5

      Unit is dead quiet (no amp noise), and tunes distant stations well. It is running off a modified sinewave inverter (solar home) and does not pass any inverter noise. It does a fine job of driving my semi pro speakers with little or no distortion all the way up to the receivers max output. There is no "loudness" function(which is handy to boost bass freq's at low volume), and the tone control is Bass/Treble only. It also has a tone defeat function. I am very satisfied, and think if you need a good basic receiver at a good pricepoint, this will satisfy.

    • by rsdata

      on 5/6/2010

      works great

      Overall: 5 out of 5

      nice unit, pleasing to look at, easy to set up and nice remote I bought it for the A/B speaker systems as I wanted to be able to control the sound in two different locations... this used to be a standard feature of stereos, but plain sereos are getting hard to find. I just wish it had a sub output on the back, but you can't have everything at this price

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