Calling All "Vintage" Integrated/Receiver Owners
Apr 25, 2022 at 9:04 PM Post #18,886 of 18,901

Silent One

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Apr 26, 2022 at 12:09 AM Post #18,888 of 18,901

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Wow Anthony! You are back! I have not seen posts from you in very long time…
Glad to see you are around again!
 
Apr 28, 2022 at 5:13 PM Post #18,890 of 18,901

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musicman59, great to see you; others, ”doin’ the thing” with vintage iron. This thread continues to provide enduring friendships and enchantment.
Good to see you back sir!
 
Jun 14, 2022 at 12:44 PM Post #18,891 of 18,901

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is grounding with the GND nub on the back of vintage amps necessary or is that just for when using turntables?
 
Jun 14, 2022 at 12:47 PM Post #18,892 of 18,901

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is grounding with the GND nub on the back of vintage amps necessary or is that just for when using turntables?

If you mean a vintage preamp or receiver, yes that is for the TT.
 
Jun 14, 2022 at 2:59 PM Post #18,893 of 18,901

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Great Googly Goo!!!
That Beast must rock the foundations and sound Amazing.
I bought a Sansui G-2000 brand new from Highland Appliance in 1978 for $245 on sale. Loved it. Loved the sound, loved the look but I was a kid and I wanted to be cool. In my circle of friends cool was having a Marantz receiver. So I sold my G-2000 to my brother and bought a Marantz SR430 receiver. I still have it. It still works great. Sounds great. Then why do I still remember how GOOD my first love, that Sansui G-2000 sounded? And when I pressed the loudness button it would enhance both the bass and highs giving it a really engaging full, warm sound.
You sir are a lucky man!
 

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