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Offline OldiesButGoodies

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Luxman R-1050
« on: November 13, 2016, 08:11:36 PM »
Very well made and easy to repair (chassis comes out of wood case and everything is accessible from top and bottom) and align receiver (great service manual, available at hifiengine.com).  Two tape loops, two phono inputs.  55 solid watts per channel.  Lamps are easy to get 12 v.   If you can score one for cheap, it is hard to go wrong with this unit.  FM tuner sensitivity is ok,  not spectacular,  but the stations it does pick up sound well above average. 

Audio by Jose Sifontes, on Flickr

Spkr: Harbeth 30.1 on Sound Anchor 4 post stands
Pre: Rogue 99 Magnum
Phono: VPI Aries 1,  Van de Hul Frog
CD: Oppo 203
Cass: Tascam 122MkII
R2R: Revox B77
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Re: Luxman R-1050
« Reply #1 on: November 15, 2016, 11:31:49 PM »
Greetings OBG!  Is the glass cracked on the face of that Luxman?
Carl

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Re: Luxman R-1050
« Reply #2 on: November 16, 2016, 07:32:35 PM »
Yea - I need to work on that cosmetic detail.  Someday.   :-[

Spkr: Harbeth 30.1 on Sound Anchor 4 post stands
Pre: Rogue 99 Magnum
Phono: VPI Aries 1,  Van de Hul Frog
CD: Oppo 203
Cass: Tascam 122MkII
R2R: Revox B77
Sub: