Keeping the original "Mediterranean Blue" lights

Discussion in 'Marantz Audio' started by rot26, May 10, 2018.

  1. Dingman

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    This is a great solution - a little more write up with part #'s - basically anything you have and people will thank you.
     

     

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  2. Fairlane

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    Here is the light blue LED’s on the 2330. Sourced these from DGWOJO.
    Very happy with the look; original but better to me anyway.

    No connection.

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  3. rob Brandt

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    Actually, that's the way I remember them as new. I'm 59 now, so I was a teenager then. It's that blue, plus the face, plus the tube like sound that I fell in love with.
     
  4. Dingman

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    This pic is with both units unrestored EXCEPT for new incadesents.
    I tried to color correct the photo to match color on MY monitor. And yes, blue wall behind with natural (the sun) lighting from a window on the right.

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  5. rob Brandt

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    I think mine are too greenish. I want the light blue LEDs--where id you find them and where does one source the vellum?
     
  6. N2000S

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    I agree I do like the look of the original bulbs but if you would like to go LEDs try the warm Leds. I find they give a slightly more original/natural effect.
     
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