Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by gizzyman47, Aug 14, 2016.
A couple of old photos of my CR-3020:
I was pleasantly surprised that 7 were found among members.
I believe there are more Just not responding. At least six more members that I recall?
You are correct kydog. I will be back in town Wednesday.
I'll post serial number and pics then
Troll the post your pictures thread... Should be some there.
I knew it. Lol. Looking forward to seeing them
Rosewood cabinet. Bringing it back to life after a good deoxit douce, use "Genuine Old English Scratch Cover." Had it forever, so hope you can still get it. I have 8 oz liquid.
beautiful receiver there Mark B
OK I'm back in town so here's my pics. Just got this fairly recently and these pics represent the condition
when I picked it up. Friday it goes to the tech for a good thorough cleaning, check up and any adjustments/service
is necessary to bring it back to spec and provide reliability. It does have metal vents.
Also sticking in a couple shots of my 2 other big boys. Mostly because I couldn't resist.
My CR 1020 also had metal vents.
Nice collection you have there!!
Thanks. Most days I can't believe I own any one of them let alone all 3.
i got 1 too
anyone got any advice on how to hook it up to my computer?? right now im using a soundcard 1 male speaker out to a red/white ... was wondering if i should use soundcard SPDIF to a DAC to red/white cable to the cr-3020
Still running serial # 2676.......bought it back around 1979 in Philadelphia and was my first piece of Yamaha Audio Equipment.
The count is increasing
Methinks Merrylander has one.
SN# 01946, I traded a Marantz 2325 to local dealer in early 80's for used unit. The Marantz had some preamp issues that the dealer had just fixed when I spied the CR-3020 sitting in his showroom. He had taken it in on trade and wasn't sure how to display it because it was too big for his shelving. I told him that the Marantz would fit better on his shelf and that I'd take it off his hands. I think that I had to chip in an additional $50, been mine ever since. Restored by DrAudio.
Looks more like Macassar ebony like the NS-1000's.
Worked fine for me. Rosewood is dark. Try a small area out of sight. Then decide.
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