The Onkyo T-9090 II was released in 1988 and at the time was top of the range in the Integra FM tuner series. For distant reception of 87.5-108 MHz FM signals, the T-9090 II is arguably the best FM tuner that Onkyo has ever released in terms of selectivity, sensitivity and image rejection.
*There is no remote and there are scuffs from the previous owner but the tuner is very good at locking and holding signals.
For a detailed review of this tuner search the web for Todd Emslie along with Onkyo T-9090 II FM.
Below are the specs.
T-9090 11 specifications
Tuning range: 87.5 - 108.0 MHz
(AUTO MODE 50 KHz steps,
MANUAL MODE 25 KHz steps)
Usable sensitivity: Mono: 0.8uV (S/N 26 dB, 40 KHz Deviation.) DIN
Stereo: 20uV, (S/N 46 dB, 40 KHz Deviation.) DIN
50dB Quieting Sensitivity: Mono: 15.8dBf, 1.7uV
Stereo: 37.2dBf, 20uV
Capture Ratio: 1dB
Image Rejection Ratio: 100dB
IF Rejection Ratio: 100dB
Signal -to -Noise -Ratio: Mono: 95dB (IHF)
Stereo: 85dB (IHF)
(+/-200 KHz, IF super narrow) 45dB.
(+/-300 KHz, IF: super narrow) 80dB DIN.
(+/-400 KHz, IF super narrow) 95dB.
AM Suppression Ratio: 60dB
Total Harmonic Distortion: Mono: 0.009% (IF: wide)
* Improved IF selectivity.
* More spohisticated Automatic Precision Reception (APR) system.
* Two 75 ohm antenna inputs.
* 25 KHz tuning steps.
* Three IF bandwidth settings.
* Improved front panel appearance.