Let's see your Fisher gear!

Discussion in 'Fisher' started by Jailtime, Jul 19, 2009.

  1. larryderouin

    larryderouin Turn it UP, POP? PLLUUEEEZZZZZEE Subscriber

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    AK Thread. If it's a full size, it'll copy as full size. If it's a thumbnail, click on the thumbnail to make it full size. Then copy the URL at the top of the page that the pic opened in. In the advanced box, click the insert image box at the top. Insert the link and hit ok. PREVIEW the POST before submitting it.

    Upload your pictures as normal from your PC. Now Right click one and "COPY SHORTCUT". Then click on the INSERT IMAGE box, and paste the shortcut. The picture link will appear in your draft as a BRACKET img BRACKET xxxxLINK IN HERExxxx BRACKET /IMG BRACKET. It will show up as a picture when you click PREVIEW POST. repeat as necessary. Once you are happy with it , click SUBMIT REPLY.
     
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  2. ferninando

    ferninando Lunatic Member

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    somehow this worked but I dont know how. anyway this is my Fisher X100B.
    Lotta work in that puppy.
     
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  3. hunter00

    hunter00 Super Member

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    My Fisher gear
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  4. eduarsan1

    eduarsan1 Luis Eduardo Sanchez Subscriber

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  5. ferninando

    ferninando Lunatic Member

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    yes ED thats the one.
     
  6. larryderouin

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    Click Edit on your post. On the link you'll see HTML tags at the front and rear of the link. They are "URL" and "/URL" inside brackets. Change the URL and /URL to IMG and /IMG (leave the brackets alone.) and save the post. BINGO! the link is now a picture.

    Which is what Luis did. But try it anyway.
     

     

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  7. ferninando

    ferninando Lunatic Member

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    I will certainly try to remember that trik.
    whoda thunk?
    Not being a programmer puts me at a disadvantage.
     
  8. WhiteSE

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  9. WhiteSE

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    Better picture...Finally cleaned the glass on both sides and the brown background.

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  10. RS Steve

    RS Steve Tube Junkie Subscriber

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    I'm proud of my Fisher collection, love the restoration work that Dave G. has done on most of them. :thmbsp:

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  11. larryderouin

    larryderouin Turn it UP, POP? PLLUUEEEZZZZZEE Subscriber

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    One of the VERY RARE VERSIONS! LARGE DIAL NUMBER'ed 500-C.

     

     

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  12. Rideoften

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    Listening to some vintage Dixie Dregs!
     

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  13. Omegaman

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    Fisher X-100 and FM-100-B

    Here are my Fisher units encased in walnut
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  14. discoroboto

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    Wow! That console is a beast! Very nice indeed.
     
  15. Duke58

    Duke58 Well-Known Member

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    Fisher KX-200 Rebuild Completed

    I bought this KX-200 with all original Fisher tubes.

    However, after rebuilding and attempting to set bias/balance, I realized that one of the 7591 tubes is bad. New matched tubes are on the way from Jim McShane and I'm taking the tubes to a friend who has a tube tester to have them all tested.
     

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  16. tnsmnichols

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    We've all read about the various approaches to cleaning the dial glass... and heard and seen the results of botched efforts...

    PLEASE share your approach! How did you get your dial glass to look so beautiful?

     

     

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  17. smollett5

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    Night photo of one of my old arrays of a 500-B and a 500-C.
     

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  18. vendo81

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    This system has a 400CX-2, FM-1000 and a SA-100 amplifier in the bottom cabinet (with a whisper fan and open back!). I go between a X-1000 and the 400CX-2/SA-100 combination.

    A vintage Thorens TD124 with 3012 SME arm is in the cabinet for vinyl.

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  19. sruddy

    sruddy Well-Known Member

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    Beautiful TOTL units. Even though they are out of my price range they are on my wishlist! You never know when you'll get lucky though. Thanks for sharing. You should post another photo showing the cabinet open.
     
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  20. sberger

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    Couldn't be more envious. Gorgeous.
     

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