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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    I just remembered the Technics tuner... it is from back in the late '70s early '80s. I actually had one in my system back in the day. It is also pictured in the photo above .
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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    Sansui Tuner from 1962

    Luxman T-110 tuner, 1976 or 77

    Thoren's TD-145 TT, 1976 or 77

    Pioneer PL-55x TT 1977

    Technic's SU-7600 Integrated Amp-1976

    Hitachi Tuner 1978

    Original Disc Washer 1977 or 79

    All in excellent working condition except for the Sansui which needs a little work.
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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    Quote Originally Posted by Mechnutt View Post
    Sansui Tuner from 1962

    Luxman T-110 tuner, 1976 or 77

    Thoren's TD-145 TT, 1976 or 77

    Pioneer PL-55x TT 1977

    Technic's SU-7600 Integrated Amp-1976

    Hitachi Tuner 1978

    Original Disc Washer 1977 or 79

    All in excellent working condition except for the Sansui which needs a little work.
    What about the end user? Boom!


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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    Quote Originally Posted by puroagave View Post
    Marantz 8b (59 yrs)
    ARC SP-3 (46 yrs)
    Linn LP12 (46 yrs)
    Quad ESL (61 yrs)

    and how much progress has been made in the intervening years?
    Amazing!

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    I own a number of tube tuners for the 1950's. I have four Fisher brand and a couple H.H. Scott. Also a Mac MR55 which is their first tuner. It is mono AM/FM with provision for adding a multiplex unit.

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    Re: So how old is your "oldest" component?

    Technics SP-10 MKII table
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    Technics SP-10MKII table in custom plinth with custom power supply made by Peter Noerbaek of PBN, SME 312s arm, Dynavector XV-1s cartridge, Zesto Andros 1.2 phono stage, Otari MX-55 2 track R2R, Ampex 350 tape repros, laptop music server running JRiver 20, Mytek Stereo 192 DAC, ARC Ref 6, ARC Ref 75 with KT-150s, NOLA KO speakers, Viero Equilibro Level 3 speaker cables, and a pair of Definitive Technology Ref subs.

 

 
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