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Old 04-02-2021, 10:48 AM
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Mine would be my MR74 tuner and MQ101 eq both from the mid 70's. Neither get used but still can't bear to part with either one.
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The three vintage pieces I still have left in working condition are my Marantz 2240B Stereo Receiver from 1976, a Technics SH 8020 EQ from 1980 and a JVC KD-85A Cassette Deck from 1978.
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The oldest audio component in my system today is a Bang & Olefsun Beogram RX2 Turntable. My Klipsch KG4s are still in service in my Son's set-up. Both in service since ~1987.
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Old 05-01-2021, 09:53 AM
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Marantz 2270 receiver which I use for the tuner only
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Old 05-05-2021, 09:59 AM
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Accuphase E 202 integrated amp purchased new back in the early 70's with a pair of Infinity Quantum 2's. Speakers were sold long ago but still have the E202, need to find a company that is capable of doing a tune up on it one of these days.
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