My Mission Cyrus One amplifier is great, but it doesn’t have a headphone socket. I now use an external headphone amplifier, driven from the tape out RCA sockets. Before I made that investment I got great results from this modified speaker switch box.
University taught me most of what I needed to know about the theory of electronics, but not a jot about valves. They had been dropped from the curriculum in the 1970’s in favour of these new integrated circuit things!
The Denon UD M30 is a rightly popular mini system which delivers excellent sound from a unit the size of a shoe box.
Mine was purchased as a replacement for a very nice Marantz separates system which would not fit in our newly decorated lounge. The bijou Denon gave the Marantz a run for it’s money, much to my surprise. Unfortunately it recently developed a problem with the volume control. Continue reading “Denon UD-M30 CD Receiver volume problem fix”
Vinyl after dark denied because my Mission Cyrus amplifier has no headphone output. I need something to connect to the tape out RCA sockets. I considered DIY, but it would have cost as much as a bought one to make anything that looked half decent. Research showed that a valve amp could be had for the same price as a solid state one. So, for about £30, I got me this.