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Also, are those two Nakamichi tape decks I see?

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Yup, an RX-505 & RX-202.

 

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Diggin' the close-ups CrazyRay, especially tongue_smile.gif the Nak gears!

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My Rega P2 got a new pair of shoes (well three) from Mr. Lim...

 

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They look functionally fantastic!

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Yup, an RX-505 & RX-202.

 

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I see you have Kenwood KT-917 tuner - a great choice. I suspect you do quite some recording of live FM broadcasts on the Nakas. Which tape do you use for that purpose - and most important - where do you get it from, if it is not an ancient supply bought many many full moons ago ?

 

Curious also regarding the integrated amp - looks like one of the better Kenwoods ?

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Good morning guys, sorry for derailing this thread.


I'll post a couple of photos then we can get back on track.

Hi analogsurviver, I use Maxell XL II-S tape, and yes it is an accent supply from many moons ago.


I see them offered on amazon and ebay, they shouldn't be too hard to find.


The Jazz Record Mart in Chicago has a vast selection of pre-recorded blues tapes that I have been collecting for many years now.


Some of the recordings are quite outstanding!


That is what I mainly play on the Nakamichi's.

The pre-amp is a Kenwood KA-907.


I haven't recorded much lately, but when I do it's usually vinyl to tape or vinyl to reel-to-reel.

 

 

 

 

 

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Now, back on track!

 

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Is that a beer cooler?

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Hi Redcarmoose, that's actually a record case for 45's.

 

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Trying to stay on topic, I consider record cleaning to part of the turntable theme.
Here is my VPI 16.5.

 

 

 

 

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Hi Redcarmoose, that's actually a record case for 45's.

well that'd be nice

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Loving the Le Corbusier three seater, the Wassily Chair by Marcel Breuer and of course the Eames cool.gif

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Loving the Le Corbusier three seater, the Wassily Chair by Marcel Breuer and of course the Eames cool.gif

 

Yes that looks like a CrazyNice environment for enjoying one's vinyl!

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CrazyRay


That is a insanely beautiful listening place you got, and stellar taste for design, too.


 

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Thanks guys!

 

Here are a couple of more shots of the furniture.

 

It's good to see some furniture lovers on this forum!

 

The tables are by Alfons Bach, (mid 1940's)

 

 

 

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