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Stereo Components For Making My Audio Recording Transfers To Digital Formats.

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Rock track "Othello" taken off the Fisher Fidelity Standard LP Album made in 1972, and transferred to the video here with Stereo Components featured in the video photos.

My main system I do my audio transfers from.

Stereo Gear housed within Main Large Brown Wooden Cabinet as described below.

(Top to Bottom(Left side in main cabinet)) Realistic Switchboxes clustered together in homemade box, Realistic 12 Band EQ, and the EQ's shown in system are not used in the recording transfer process, only on audio playback. The components below the EQ are the Pioneer PDR-609 CD Recorder, Aiwa XC-RW700 Dual CD Player/Recorder Deck, and Technics SLB-20, 2-Speed Belt Drive Turntable with Audio Technica AT112EP Cartridge. The equalizers are not used in the recording process as I like to take the sound straight from recording without changing it up as little as possible, other than some click removal on badly damaged records or pressed on noisy vinyl.

(Top to Bottom(Right side in main cabinet)) Stanton STR-80, 3-Speed Direct Drive Turntable with Stanton 520-SK Cartridge and choice of either 33/45 rpm record or 78 rpm record stylus headshell. Sansui 2000X Receiver from 1969 in which the Preamp section is used as a "Mini Mixer" for archiving and transferring records & tapes to digital files. Next is a 1970's Meriton Receiver that mainly serves as a stand for the 2 components above it and the only audio function it serves rarely are for AM & FM broadcasts, the very bottom is the Sansui 5000X receiver from 1969 that feed the 12-inch, 3-way Parallax Speakers. Show less
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