My Mission Cyrus One amplifier is a very simple affair, which is indeed one of it’s strengths. With the exception of the phono stage the pre amp is purely passive.
Normally this is a good thing. However In my system I want to connect several devices to the tape-output sockets simultaneously. This just won’t work well. Continue reading “Output Buffer Amplifier for Mission Cyrus”
Working on old turntables can be like stuffing an octopus in a string bag.
I built this to help. Continue reading “Turntable work stand”
My system sounds great, but it’s lacking a little something aesthetically.
A cassette deck, which was otherwise beyond repair, had a lovely pair of VU meters. Maybe I can do something with those?
Continue reading “VU Meter Bridge. Take 2”
I have half a dozen recording devices to connect. Unfortunately my Mission Cyrus amplifier only has provision for one tape recorder. To solve this problem I built This.
Continue reading “A selector switch for many tape recorders”
To successfully play digital music though my HiFi several software components play a part.
It’s not just about throwing numbers at a digital to analogue converter.
Continue reading “Raspberry Pi music player. Software”
I buy a lot of vinyl from charity shops and car boot sales. It often needs a good clean. Commercially available machines are good, but you don’t see much change from £500, so I built this.
Continue reading “The PlecRec Record Cleaning Machine.”
The plinth and cover on my Dual CS505-2 turntable were rather tatty after 30 years, so I built this to smarten things up and make the form match the function.
Continue reading “Hardwood Plinth for Dual 505 turntable”