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Thread: Vintage solid-state audio?
16-09-2011, 08:39 AM #1
Vintage solid-state audio?
I don't know how much appeal that this will have to anyone here, but I just fixed up a 1978 Yamaha CR-1020 receiver. I sprayed a deoxidizing solution in all the knobs and switches, blew out the dust, and replaced 5 front panel lamps. I've been running my computer audio through it for years, but I've always had intermittent problems with static and one of the channels cutting out... Now it's working perfectly and it sounds AMAZING! I'll put some pics up if I remember. Depending on my expendable funds in the coming months, I may look into building my own wooden enclosure for it (the original is nice, but I wish it sat flush with the front panel) in something nice like Rosewood or Red Oak.
Anyone have similar equipment? How do you rout your sound? I just broke a pair of Denon AH-D2000 headphones so I'm gonna have to run out and buy a new screw for it this week too.