Things you might want to know
One of the nice things about the internet is the availability of helpful information and videos. As I find trustworthy sources for helpful information that relates to vintage audio gear, I will post. If you are a veteran audio lover, you’ll no doubt already have many sites bookmarked. Information specific to formats can be found in the Audio Format section of this site. The goal of this page is to guide people just getting into audio, or who’ve been away for so long, they feel like a newbie getting back into the groove.
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The HiFi Engine library has images, specifications and reviews for thousands of audio components, along with free downloads of owners manuals, service manuals, schematics and product catalogs for amplifiers, pre-amps, power amps, tuners, tape decks, cd players, turntables, and more! There are over half a million registered users.
Tuner Information Center (TIC)
Also known as, FM Tuner Info, this is the best place we know of to learn about tuners with a database of over 100 audio brands. You can find shootouts between top tuners, writeups by expert staff contributors, DIY mods, repairs, links and more. These guys have been around since 2001, so they know what they’re talking about.
I am a designer & craftsman passionate about music and vintage analog audio gear from the late 60's, 70's, and 80's.
My mission is to help you get the most out of your audio system with custom handcrafted products, and informative resources that help you maintain and improve the quality of your HiFi system.
— BEND, OREGON —
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