All about Classical Audiophile, i.e. Turntables, Tape Recorders (also Reel to Reel’s). Receivers, Amplifiers, Speakers made before 1980’s
Present to you by VoiceLabs.org and VintageAudiophile.net. Hundreds (and soon will be thousand) of vintage collections for your search. You will find Technical Specifications, tips, and discussions relate to your classical audiophile items.
- MCS (Modula Component System)
- National – Panasonic
- Technics by Panasonic
- Zenith, and more…
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As I know, most of Beginner, who has a chance to listen amazed quality of a Vintage HiFi Audio, will decide to do little research and own a similar one. Start with a basic knowledge always help Beginner how to find a right one and also, you never know, will become a Master later. Begin with what is specification and feature of Audiophile devices, then what is the range for owner or listener and how to compare between each device, so all and so forth…
I’m a Professional Engineer, I’m also a Collector and I’ll use simplest language but not less “pro”, and will share with you not just what I know, what I found but also what I’m thinking, all about Vintage Audiophile.
The Upgrader, who own a system, know all about it, but wish to lean more about the product’s family, history and a comparison with other Manufacturers. The Upgrader should capable to provide good advices to any Beginners. The Upgraders know more about each Audiophile family’s characteristics, for example the first different between Pioneer SX-xx80, SX-xx50 is two output power meters or some of Kenwood receiver has a big volume knob the middle, etc… The Upgraders also know the value of each devices and how to operate and set up a best system in each situation.
The Professional, who understand deep in detail what’s used to make it and capable to provide a service if needed. Typically, a Professional is who has a Technician level up also capable to re-design or restore a vintage Audiophile. If you’re working on your degree on Audio or Voice, you could visit voicelabs.org, where you may found good information for your Thesis or Dissertation. Any comments are welcome.