Discussion in 'Tuners' started by Old_Tech, Nov 26, 2009.
90.1 classical , Vermont
Wow. That tuner looks absolutely stunning. If one doesn't listen to the radio, the looks of that unit just might induce them to do so.
Kenwood KT-7500, 96.5, Richmond, VA
What's Your Name~ Lynyrd Skynyrd
I'm listening to one of my favorites. 90.1 (Iowa public radio) through a Pioneer TX-9800 II
Listening to WVIA up in the NE PA woods, on a McIntosh MX110.
vpr 90.1 classical on the Nikko
KMHD (89.1) on an MR-67 that was gutted, rewired and rebuilt by RM. It is bliss.
"Night at the Opera" with Geina Peach Abu Dhabi Classic on the Bose system in my SL550 with the top down
The usual - jazz on WRCJ Detroit. Magnum Dynalab FT-101a. Always good!
88.5 KNKX Seattle, All Blues
A jazz show. Don't know the name.
This Onkyo TX-3000 receiver has a surprisingly nice tuner.
I’m enjoying listening to Mountain Stage on my local public radio station (90.1) with a Yamaha T-7 tuner.
WFSQ Pipe Dreams Scott LT 112b
KEXP 90.3 Seattle
Toshiba ST-F15, bought new in 1980
Had 95.9 WRAT Jersey Shore Hard Rock on earlier... via the wife's Kenwood.
kfjc los altos hills community college archives thru my android, chrome cast because there is nothing good on fm radio right now in LA
Traffic & Weather together on the 8's - WTOP 103.5 FM,... with a warm cup o' joe.
Jazzfest Detroit with John Penney on WRCJ 90.5
Denon TU-270 while MR74 is in the tuner hospital
I was listening to KUSC last night on my new T-101. Sounded very good until some modern classical came on. Isn't that an oxymoron?
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