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PostPosted: Tue Dec 04, 2012 8:38 pm 
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I can, but you're a bit far away. What is it?


It's a Tensai TM2570


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That's getting on a bit. Wasn't that one of Akai's trading names?

Looks like a nicely built bit of kit though. Proper dual mono design, screening cans on the transformers etc.

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PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:49 am 
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Interesting mirror image PCB design - costly to make two different PCBs which shows attention to detail. 8)


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apache wrote:
That's getting on a bit. Wasn't that one of Akai's trading names?

Looks like a nicely built bit of kit though. Proper dual mono design, screening cans on the transformers etc.

Image


Yep, he's into 70's/80's stuff.
Can't remember what his deck is but it's a work of art 8)

Where are you based?


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I'm about 8 miles west of Worcester. Bit of a trek (no pun). There must be a specialist, or an old guy in a shed near you.


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Cambridge has a good Hifi shop/ service centre. For the life of me cant remember what it is even though I got my JVC ML-P10 fixed there.

Its near the driving test centre by the river...

Will google it

*edit: here it is

http://www.audiofile.co.uk/


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legrandefromage wrote:
Cambridge has a good Hifi shop/ service centre. For the life of me cant remember what it is even though I got my JVC ML-P10 fixed there.

Its near the driving test centre by the river...

Will google it

*edit: here it is

http://www.audiofile.co.uk/



I should have said but he lives in Hampshire, although i 'spose i could bring it up here after my Xmas visit.


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Cambridge... Steve Boxshall Audio?


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 Post subject: DAB - any views?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 10:45 pm 
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Since having my little DAB portable in the bedroom, my interest in broadcast radio has been rekindled, but DAB as a hifi source is not something I've looked into.

As FM is probably not long for this world, and there is so much excellent choice via DAB, does anyone have any recommendations for a DAB tuner? OR is internet radio a better choice from an audio quality point of view or are they as bad / good as each other?


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 Post subject: Re: DAB - any views?
PostPosted: Wed Dec 05, 2012 11:51 pm 
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apache wrote:
Since having my little DAB portable in the bedroom, my interest in broadcast radio has been rekindled, but DAB as a hifi source is not something I've looked into.

As FM is probably not long for this world, and there is so much excellent choice via DAB, does anyone have any recommendations for a DAB tuner? OR is internet radio a better choice from an audio quality point of view or are they as bad / good as each other?


when is FM going? i hate listening via the web, utter rubbish, just like 95% of the web.


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