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Stereopal Visit: Victor from Toronto Date: April 8, 06
"My oldest piece of gear, the Edison phonograph dates back to the early 1900s......"
|Radio:||Northern Electric Console Radio|
|Radio:||Philips Short Wave Radio|
|Speaker:||Tannoy Autograph with 15" drivers|
|Amplifier:||Marantz 2 Tube Monoblocs|
|Amplifier:||Western Electric 300B Model 91a|
|Open Reel Tape Deck:||Pioneer RT770|
|CD Player:||Luxman D-500X|
|CD Player No 2:||1st generation Philips CD 202|
|Other gears:||Marantz 10B Tube, SB7 Deck, ST7 Tuner, Console SC7, Onkyo TX-2500|
|Cassette Deck:||Akai GX|
|Other Speaker:||Vintage JBL Metragon|
|Rare Lowther Speaker Model TP-1|
|Western Electric Horn 15" Jensen|
Coming up shortly...............
|Northern Electric Console Tube radio|
WE 300B Model 91A Replica, NOT the original WE.
Interesting Luxman CD player dating back to the early 80s, and Open reel tape decks.
The Onkyo TX-2500 MK II Tuner
Is this old enough for you ?
How about this as your Source ? I bet you it beats the sound of his Jadis CD Player.....
This Tannoy Autograph is probably worth over $ 10,000 these days. Most of them have been snapped
up by the Japanese in the early 80s. I heard Tannoy have reintroduced a 14" tall version of the Autograph.
I should have invested in one of these and not in my Nortel stocks.
Now this is certainly a piece of Audio legend, the Marantz 7 Tuner.
|Interesting Marantz console.|
The player which started it all ! The very first generation Philips CD202.
Now this is a big speaker ! JBL Metragon
Interesting Snail Horn speakers, shown here with Lowther TP-1, and Marantz 2 Monoblocs.
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