My main system is quite a stable affair. The Amp, turntable and speakers have not changed in over a decade. The same cannot be said of the workshop system.
Workshop System August 2020
This system constantly has components swapped in and out as I test and work on them. This time though, it was quite a big change.
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My Main HiFi System is mainly concerned with playing vinyl, but it can also do that modern streaming thing and lots of other formats.
Half a century of HiFi
The equipment to do this was produced over a range of five decades. So let’s take a trip back in time from the newest component to the oldest.
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I recently saw this in a charity shop and it brought a tear to my eye. Partly because of the nostalgia, but mainly because of how awful I remember it being.
Fidelity Music Master
One of these first entered our house as my big sisters main Christmas present in the mid 1970’s.
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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.
Headphone and Speaker splitter
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Carnforth railway station, and it’s clock in particular, are famous from the film “Brief encounter “. Correctly located in the corners of a large room in the visitors centre were a pair of these beauties.
Voigt Domestic horn speaker
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Castle and B&W for £10
These two pairs of speakers were bought in 2015 for just £10
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