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  1. Hi all, I`m Martin, live in the Netherlands. Normaly i`m into tube amplifiers but vintage recievers or amps is my interest too. Just a friend gave me a Sansui A60 complely working condition. But on the headphone i could hear the rattle of the 50Hz (230Vac country) so im thinking over to recap the amp course this one has got a nice build. All nichicon and elna electrolytes , only i dislike opamps so i had a spare old Burson V3 discrete opamp. Quick tested oh yes much better. But i found another user in here who has done this job in 2015 as i have read. M
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  2. I have my interests in home theatre and will be looking to develop my modest system over the next few years. Cheers, Andrew.
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  3. Hi everyone, My name is Patrik Dahlberg and come from Sweden. I started enjoying hifi gear in the late 70'ies and had it as a hobby through 80'ies before it went into hibernation due to other interests, career and kids. Due to the pandemic last year and the travel restrictions, I took up my old hobby again and I am now enjoying the possibility to fulfill my childhood dreams by collecting the top of the line gear of the brand Technics.
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  4. Looking forward to watching your system's progress, @Andrewrallye There's plenty of folk here happy to help if you have any questions. As @Marc said, what are you running now and what are you looking to aim for?
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  5. Hi all Looking to involve in discussions regarding Vinyl, Reel to Reel and good quality Hi Fi. I've been involved since 1973 and here I am still involved!
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  6. Welcome @Andrewrallye - how is the system developing? What are you currently running?
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  7. Nice! You need one of these to complete the train set... Welcome to the forum. David
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  8. This will be the right place as we slowly build the UK forums up
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  9. Not really. That would be speaker level to line level which does not really work well.
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  10. Hey John While stainless steel is an option and depending on manufacturer, it should not decrease sound quality, still i dont recommend using it outside. Stainless steel contains chromium and when exposed to oxygen it forms a thin invisible layer (chromium oxide), this layer can be damaged by humidity (or cleaners, mechanical damage etc) and thus rust will settle in 😉 If you want to go weatherproof, then i recommend getting speakers with mylar diaphragms (indoor speakers have paper diaphragms inside the drivers that are a no go for outside purposes), while the grilles/frames are st
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  11. I think your problem is nothing to do with voltages. A lot of Chinese gear is 220v and that can cause problems for the Txs. As can the cheapskate 'ring mains' that are used in UK homes, lots of noise.
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  12. Having rebuilt several Reference Hydraulic Transcriptions, and a couple of Focus Ones from their individual component parts, I can assure you that fitting an SME tonearm really isn't hard to do. This is especially so if you already have the mounting hardware and instruction manual for the SME tonearm. The instructions are the best in the business and if you can change a mains plug you'll be able to fit an SME arm and align the cartridge. This is not the case if you don't have an SME, by the way – because SME's 'sled' system is uniquely easy to use. Still, if you'd prefer someo
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  13. Item: Classified Ads for non Hi-Fi and AV gear Location: UK Price: Free Item Condition: Brand news Reason for selling: I have too much stuff Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Sell anything here, watches, cameras, phones all sorts of tech stuff Pictures:
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