Vintage Shindo Product Photos
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    Vintage Shindo Product Photos

    I love the aesthetics of Shindo gear. I stumbled across a page a few months ago when doing research that had photos of vintage Shindo gear and saved off the photos, I'll post a link if I can find it. Beautiful product photos. Looks as good as it sounds.


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    Re: Vintage Shindo Product Photos

    Really beautiful looking kit, that green is just so classy. I have never managed to actually hear any Shindo gear but must put it on the audio bucket list. Thanks for posting
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    Thanks so much. This is so classy.

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    Great photos. Its interesting that nearly all early Shindo were mono blocks, including preamp. Once they hit the States they are mostly stereo. Just an observation i am new to Shindo.

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    Great pictures, Thank You. Its interesting that nearly all early Shindo was mono blocks including preamp. Once they hit the states they are nearly all stereos, at least the preamp. Just an observation i am new to Shindo.

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    Re: Vintage Shindo Product Photos

    Welcome to the forum, thank you for joining.
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    Re: Vintage Shindo Product Photos

    Great point Laundryman, I hadn't noticed that!

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    Re: Vintage Shindo Product Photos

    Quote Originally Posted by laundryman View Post
    Great pictures, Thank You. Its interesting that nearly all early Shindo was mono blocks including preamp. Once they hit the states they are nearly all stereos, at least the preamp. Just an observation i am new to Shindo.
    That happened after he implemented new power supplies with transistor regulators. The new units were so low in hum and channel separation that they could feed stereo units. With unregulated tube rect. supplies its better to have two separate units. It has some extra benefits, too.