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    Adcom GFA-5400.
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    Denon POA-2400 power amp:
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    Rotel RB-951 MkII power amp:
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    Default B&K ST-2140 & AV-5125 Amplifiers

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    Default Rotel RSP-1066 Pre-Amp/ 6.1 Processor

    I've owned a bunch of Rotel vintage gear and it's cool, but I haven't bought many pieces since owning them originally. The new gear really threw me for a loop, as I really liked the aesthetics and the simplicity of the interface. This is in regards to the RSP-1066...and it's siblings.

    They're internally conservative but externally impressive. There is nothing internal that isn't done in the same price bracket but it's miles above generic gear in regards to layout and build quality.

    Blah, blah...here's some guts and ass!
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    Shanling integrated. Got it off audiogon. Pretty clean.
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    Thumbs up

    Cambridge Audio Azur 540R AVR :D

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    Teac A-1D. FRESH!
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    Terps Swimming!
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    Thx SCompRacer, WilliamM2, Marker, Del44 and Dipiazza....you have balls.

    Just a note to folks after this, <cough> Marker <cough>....downsize your pics so they don't blow the page open. 800x600 works perfectly, multiples are even better.
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    Thx SCompRacer, WilliamM2, Marker, Del44 and Dipiazza....you have balls.
    I do have balls? At least the last time i looked!
    Last edited by dipiazza; 07-04-2006 at 06:49 AM.
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    Pics of my panny dvd player
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    Last edited by Mike682; 07-06-2006 at 11:19 PM.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike682
    Pics of my cheapo panny dvd player
    Are those premium nichicon gold caps I spot on that borad? Were those stock (hard to believe), or did you have that spinner modded?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mulveling
    Are those premium nichicon gold caps I spot on that borad? Were those stock (hard to believe), or did you have that spinner modded?
    I have to check the caps but the unit is all stock, I just popped the top and snapped away...

    EDIT: Yes they are gold Nichicon caps
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    EDIT: Yes they are gold Nichicon caps
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    Default PS Audio HCA2

    Not a bad amp, but the insides don't give you the warm fuzzy feeling of value. Not much to look at. Can't cost more than a few bucks to make. Electrolytic caps are all generic dime a dozen variety.

    Edit: The internal cabling is by Monster, lol :p



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    Default Audio Technica AT-HA2002

    Extravagant headphone amplifier. Now here's some quality guts. Nichicon fine golds and muse caps abound, robust power section, heavy duty PCB with very WIDE copper traces (the PCB is actually light green - it looks orange because that's from all the copper inside it!), gigantic heatsink for the output transistors, no opamps in the signal path (all discrete design). Of course who can resist the bling of gold knobs and Japanese Echizen laquered Asada wood on the front panel? Obviously not the burglars who broke into my apartment a few months ago :p





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    Quote Originally Posted by Mike682
    EDIT: Yes they are gold Nichicon caps
    Wow! That's really impressive for consumer gear. Usually only see those kind of caps in high end stuff. I guess Panny is a company that occassionally considers quality instead of just how to save a buck.
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    Here's a closer look
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    It's really nice to see some equipment designs, it puts some brands on a short list. Nice going guys / gals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mulveling
    Wow! That's really impressive for consumer gear. Usually only see those kind of caps in high end stuff. I guess Panny is a company that occassionally considers quality instead of just how to save a buck.
    Good eye!!!

    It cost about $55 bucks last year (gift card) for the player at CC. Model # is dvd-s29
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    ADCOM GFA-565 Monoblocks
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    Mulveling - VERY nice headphone amp...heard one at CES this year.

    Mike - DAMN, Nichicon Gold....cool :)

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    Recent acquisitions, TAD-1000 100WPC mono blocks.
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    Last edited by SCompRacer; 07-06-2006 at 11:21 PM.
    Make yourself necessary to someone. Ralph Waldo Emerson

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    Denon 3910 w/I2S/DSD Out
    Twisted Pear Buffalo III Dual Mono ESS Sabre32 DAC
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    Heavy Plinth Lenco L75 Idler Drive
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    Quote Originally Posted by dorokusai
    Mulveling - VERY nice headphone amp...heard one at CES this year.

    Mike - DAMN, Nichicon Gold....cool :)

    I didn't even notice the caps until Mulveling pointed them out...what a nice suprise. All because of this thread :) :) :)
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    One of my first receivers, a Pioneer VSX-4400, made around 1989-1990. Dolby Pro Logic, etc. Rated at 100W x 2 fronts and I think 15W x 2 for the rears.
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    Found these pics from a german review website. (www.areadvd.de). I guess these units are euro versions; however, one could get a good look at how different manufacturers build their avrs

    Denon, AVR4306, 3806, 2106, 2106 caps; Harman Kardon AVR7300, 7300 caps, DPR2005, AVR435, 230; Kenwood 7090, 7090 caps; Onkyo 703, 703 caps; Pioneer VSX1015 (see last pic for rotated version), 1015 caps, VSX 916, 916 caps; Yamaha RXV 2600, 2600 caps; Pioneer VSX1015 rotated
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    Last edited by Mike682; 07-09-2006 at 11:58 PM.
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    Now here's a pretty... insides. I've just had the privilege of re-capping a beautiful Marantz 8B tube stereo power amp. While my work wasn't quite up to the original factory standards, it was an enjoyable experience to get to poke around inside this beautifully designed and built amplifier. Sounds good, too.

    Here's the "before" shot:


    Here's the "after" version


    Sorry for the difference in image size/quality. Two different cameras :-)
    EDIT: Also sorry that the latter image is flipped 180 degrees from the former. I had it oriented the other way up yesterday when I finished up the re-cap.
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    That looks fantastic.

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    Pics of the Citation pre-amp I picked up off ebay. Gonna hook it up tonight
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    Receiver: harmankardon AVR235
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    Center: polk CSi3
    Rear Surrounds: polk R20
    Subwoofer: polk PSW404
    DVD: Panasonic DVD-S29

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    A shot of the inside of my DVD963SA (unmodded) and my VSX-1015TXK.
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