Discussion in 'Yamaha' started by bully, Oct 28, 2003.
Found the tuner ( so many boxes) lol
Like the scope I just bought for $200 that I'll never have time to use.Local to me and too good to pass up.
Tek 2465, 300Mhz. Passes diag calibration and bright.
Excellent scope -- Probes come with it ?
I have a 2445 100mhz that has served me well .
A 2246A as welll...For the other bench.
New member of the Yammie Family
I do not see it on the signature
150 horsepower of Yamaha bliss... always good for a giggle and it gets the blood pumping.
Wait, I am a bit confused: What happened with KrautNotRice
Only applies to 4 wheels, not 2. Nor stereos lol
Been looking for a tape deck at the right price for a while and i found this at the local charity shop this morning for £35
One with my amp.
Sorry about the dust.
Found three of these when i got my tapes out
What kind of speakers are they? *nosy*
They look like they're on proper stands.
There mission 770 mk2 on foundation stands.
Wow! Quite the stunners.
British speakers and Yamaha amplification are the peanut butter and jelly of the audio world as far as I'm concerned.
There's a later revision of the 770 that is one of the coolest looking speakers of all-time IMO
Now that you mentioned it, I've been using the Yamaha P2200 amp on the newly acquired set of Tannoys and it's audio bliss! ...but Yamaha on Yamaha is usually great, too.
Here are some NS-1000MM hooked up to a CR-620 (computer desk setup), but I've had them running off of the P2200 as well and they are awesome speakers.
Smallest Yamaha 3 ways? (10.75" high)
My kind of Yamaha...
I've had 4 Yamaha's
1986 FZX700 FAZER
1994 YZF 750
Oh i know... not these kinds of YAMAHA'S
My only Yamaha's from the Audio world the 1738....i sold last fall after having since 2005
37707755_10156966615004271_4497391784720072704_n by Roboturner91 posted Jul 24, 2018 at 8:16 PM
Got this little beastie today for $10 in the original box, all accessories except the dust cover, looking practically brand new. I'm thinking it must have been part of a rack system that never got used, the box was opened but there's barely a fingerprint or speck of dust on it. It had a weird hum but I'm thinking the ground cable must've had a short in it after being coiled up in the box all those years. I rigged up another ground cable and the hum disappeared.
The automatic function sort of works correctly but it doesn't pick up the tonearm high enough when you hit the play/stop button so I have to pick it up with the lifter. There must be some mechanism that connects the play/stop button to the lifter that's not working right - the lift mechanism itself works fine. Speed seems good. There's no counterweight or anti-skate but there's also no indication that I would need either of those things, it must all be set up from the factory
It sounds, well....it sounds like a cheap turntable. Not hollow and echoey like I thought it might, considering it's all plastic. But there's some sibilance. I don't know if that's just because it's a cheap/lightweight table or the lack of antiskate, or some other damn thing.
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