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  1. My first purchase of any real stereo gear...VOTTs. Bought them in '72 even before I had an amp, receiver or anything...Hot Stuff!!!
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  2. My first stereo was a hand me down solid state console from around 1970 that my grandparents had bought. It made it's way into my bedroom when I was maybe 10 or 11. I remember their best friends bought me a pair of Koss HV1A's for Christmas that year. (I was a jammer already) Next was a Zenith Allegro all in one unit that was quite fancy for its time. I think my grandparents bought that one for me but can't recall. Now the first stereo I bought for myself was a Technics SU-8055 integrated amp, Realistic Lab-420 turntable, and a pair of Sansui SU-57 speakers. Nothing too crazy. This was
    2 points
  3. A Voice Of Music stereo was my birthday present in 1963: and what introduced me to Bob Dylan! it's been OCD /OCCD since then...
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  4. Dynaco Pat4 pre amp and a Dynaco 400st kit. And home built speakers, and a Dual 1229Q turntable.
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  5. My first stereo system that I had in my bedroom was the following: A Kenwood 60BU Receiver: With a Garrard SP25 TT: And a Tapesonic 70-T Reel to Reel tape recorder exactly like the one pictured below: And this was all played through some awesome Trio/Kenwood SC400 speakers similar to these below: My SC400's were an Oak color, unlike the one's above, almost exactly the same color as the floor they are sitting on. All of these goodies were installed into a custom designed cherry entertainment center where t
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  6. Got one of these in 1973... with my first DSOTM. I still own one, rather two, one in blue and one in white. Sound is awful, but the memories are great!
    2 points
  7. My first rig was B&O 6000 Turntable, 6000 Receiver and S-75 Speakers. I saw the setup in a shop window and I knew I had to purchase the set. I walked in and financed for 24 months. The Turntable was great, the Receiver and Speakers looked good, sounded good but not great. Stock Pictures. Brian
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  8. I made a mistake with the previous screen grab; you need to pitch transpose A4 to A4 and 440Hz to 430.54 (i took a screen grab of the wrong settings) Has anyone tried this? I did, with the same two tracks I used for the MP3 challenge a few years back (only two people were able to distinguish the original from the best MP3 btw, one of whom was BillD) Silver Springs: a good example of a modern recording, with average amounts of dynamic compression, busy intervals and quiet intervals. I also have the dvd, but must have missed the part where Stevie put on a g
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  9. The Smithereens I Don't Want To Loose You (HQ)
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  11. Talking Heads Wild Wild Life (HQ)
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  12. Congratulations! You might have to recap it to make it sound it’s best, but hopefully you can enjoy its great sound.......grin
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