Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by bully, Oct 28, 2003.
I just upgraded my C60 with a C80, now running dual C80's.
Sonic treasures for every room. Very nice!
^^^ It also helps keep the house warm.
Yes indeed. My B-1 does an excellent job as a secondary heater and the sonic benefits are awesome.
Looks like a burn't out backlight in the far right amplifier.
Periodic house foundation inspection procedures should be included in the instruction manual of your stereo system
Man, how do these keep following me home??
My truck about a month ago.
I Love my Yamaha Audio,
B2 x 2 Power Amp
C2a x 2 Pre Amp
AX 550 x 5 Int Amp
AX 750 Int Amp
CDX 1060 x 3 CD Player
CDC 705 CD Changer
TX 950 x 4
TX 1000 x 4
Yamaha NS 1000m's
Yamaha NS 2000's x 2
Pictures or it didn't happen
I can't say it enough, but
I feel your pain man...I have similar issues.
Today was a dirty Yamaha B1,2,3 day in my storage room
Some people just got it rough
Yamaha first cdp. 1983.
Wow. Some seriously nice gear in Yamaha country. Looking forward to seeing more of their gear in the future.
Original belts or not?
Original as far as I know. Got this at an estate sale. He had a ton of gear.
I replaced the M-60 with another M-80, all 3 amps are now M-80’s.
that is actually insane but in a very good way
Thanks to @avionic for his great work, the M-2 arrived yesterday and the C-4 last week (have to love Fedex and their schizo methods). I already knew how good of a pre the C-4 is but the M-2 is new to me so I'm basking in my first glow of Yamaha amplification. Won't be able to REALLY give it the workout I want to as I have family visiting until early next week. In the meantime I sneak in a bit of listening. I've read comments at times about supposedly the NS-1000M's not having the greatest bass, obviously they are not feeding their speakers the "right stuff".
Next steps will be to shift a whole lot of stuff around to get this gear off this ancient buffet, but that will take quite a bit of work, so until then this shall have to do.
+1. Great looking amp!
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