Discussion in 'High-End Separates from Years Past' started by HackWhite, Jan 7, 2017.
We're gonna need pics of that as well.
My Lafayette LR 800 gives me that feeling. It’s basically a rebadged Kenwood KW-70 that’s good looking and sounds good. Plus it's somewhat oddball.
A few more that still make me say "Wow!"
I think this beauty was previously shared but it's worth seeing again.
Just missed out on getting my hands on one of these...
Does this unit qualify as "Vintage?" Although I don't use DAT but rather Nakamichi cassette, I wouldn't mind having one of these.
Is it true that this amp was the reference model for Onkyo during its time? And is it also true that it doesn't have any clipping protection?
Oh, forgot about this beauty...I wouldn't mind having one of these as well.
Unfortunately, I've never seen or heard one of these in person but would love to!
My old Conrad Johnson
We'll let ya slide on that one.
Heavy metal..... woof
Considering it was introduced around 1989 which is 30 years I’d call it vintage.
It's a definite looker I like design choices they made with it aesthetically when compared to the Kenwood receivers it's based on. Plus it's an oddball which honestly I tend to find the odd stuff particularly interesting because it's not often seen.
Would love to see the inside of that piece.
Is this pic cropped in a program? IE Photoshop??
My Mission Cyrus 781 speakers...My Akg K 340 headphone, marvellous rightly driven, finally my Sansui AU 7700...My only non vintage gear is my Starting point systems dac Nos...Upgrading is foolishness when you own that rightly implemented except for billionnaire...
Yes, the image has been cropped in Photoshop.
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