Inside shots of your tuner

Discussion in 'Tuners' started by Omegaspeedy, Apr 25, 2011.

  1. Omegaspeedy

    Omegaspeedy Vinyl and FM lover:)

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    Don't you just love good engineering? Lets see the inside of your tuner.

    Heres a few shots of my new Naim NAT05. I just love the massive power supply. It looks like it should have been made for an amplifier:thmbsp: Components seem good too.

    Lets see your tuners insides both Vintage and new is all good!

    Tuners are still a great viable source for enjoyable listening.

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  2. A400

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    That's a fantastic looking tuner, no doubt. I only have one decent shot of my Yamaha T720 just after I replaced the memory supercap and the power supply cap. The transformer in this thing is probably about the size of one of the Naim caps but it sounds good.

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  3. Jailtime

    Jailtime Standin' on a corner

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    My Magnum Dynalab FT-101

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    Not massive, but nicely laid out and simple. This tuner sounds outstanding. Might get in there and recap with some Elna Silmic II someday.
     
  4. mhardy6647

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    Yamaha CT-1010:

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    Yamaha CT-610II :p

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    Yamaha CT-600 (this one's not mine)

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    Radio Craftsmen C-810:

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    The best sounding tuners in the house are the Sherwoods; I don't have an inside photo of one - but this is the front of the S-2000 in the living room.

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  5. Westy56

    Westy56 A symphony of paradox

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  7. JBL GUY

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    That is the way I like a tuner to look.
     
  8. Celt

    Celt Super Maude Super Mod Subscriber

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    Not much to this little guy. Pro-Ject Tuner Box. Amazing performance though.

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  9. Blast

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    You guys got some nice stuff! Let's bring it down a bit... :D

    I just had my Realistic TM-7 FM tuner on the bench to diagnose intermittent operation. Seems two 500uF/15V caps in the power supply were to blame. Up and running again!

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  10. Omegaspeedy

    Omegaspeedy Vinyl and FM lover:)

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    Beautiful photos guys!!! Thanks for sharing. It's so cool seeing how different manufactures design and lay out their boards. Hopefully we'll see some more.
     
  11. Blue Shadow

    Blue Shadow I gotta get me a new title

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  12. RossW

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    More of a receiver than a tuner, but my old shortwave always brings a smile to my face.

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  13. c_dk

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    Inside one of my McIntosh MR78s before recap.
     

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  14. jessdw

    jessdw Active Member

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    Here's a picture I took before I replaced the audio coupling caps and output opamp.

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  15. SteveinAlaska

    SteveinAlaska Well-Known Member

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    Hey if you need some Sherwood pics, here's mine just before I put it to work. And one last one with it in full voice on a Sunday morning
     

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  16. T110

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    Nice one Celt. Saves me posting mine:D
    The little guy really does perform well as you say!
     
  17. Omegaspeedy

    Omegaspeedy Vinyl and FM lover:)

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    Sweet little tuner Craig!! Less IS more. George is sounding SWEET right now!
     
  18. T110

    T110 Rooster Lover

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    Solid Gold at the mo James. Shame about the compression though. Bfm earlier was excellent!
    It's a pity someone doesnt stream some groovy overseas stations to a central dispersion center down here and then broadcast them out on FM!
    There are some great stations streaming but I cant bring myself to spend any more $ on disposable technology.:D
    Plus I love that FM sound:thmbsp:
     
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  19. Omegaspeedy

    Omegaspeedy Vinyl and FM lover:)

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    Yip good listening tonight between B and co! Same here with the streaming but would be cool to tap in to some international gems but we've got radio rema:banana: if your that way inclined. I'm not:D
     
  20. Masterdraco

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    Here's some gut shots of her everyone. She's one of the best tuners i ever had.
     

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