I'm guessing you used the dual Phase Linear noise reduction units for Front & Rear applications? I ran one for many years in my rig back in the day, they worked fairly well for the intended use. Tamed some of the vinyl nasties pretty well.My quad setup back in 1978.
Yep that was the purpose. The noise and rumble reduction, downward expansion and peak unlimiting worked quite well with records, CD-4 and tapes. I still have the pair but they need recapping. Meanwhile I picked up 2 of the Phase Linear Model 1000 Series Two units on ebay for very little $, seems no one knows about those. They sounded better especially the auto-correlation noise reduction. I've used one of those along with an SAE click and pop reduction unit to copy off LPs to CD and they come out great.I'm guessing you used the dual Phase Linear noise reduction units for Front & Rear applications? I ran one for many years in my rig back in the day, they worked fairly well for the intended use. Tamed some of the vinyl nasties pretty well.
Nice system @hobie1dog. I enjoyed your video immensely. I used to own the same small wall mounted Mirage speakers but I passed them on to a good friend of mine when I bought a set of Gallo Stradas. I have to say, you have some great friends to lend and gift you with those reel to reel decks. Obviously, you have to be good people to have cultivated those kind of devoted friendships. I fully appreciate the fact that you have your health struggles so I wish you more good days than bad, and also many years of enjoyable listening ahead.my Reel to Reels:
Ah 1950's Fembots had more attitude.I agree that there is a robotic quality to her pose and her lack of facial expression. I’d say that she’s a replicant built by the Tyrell Corporation. As Deckard would say, “…your basic pleasure model. Talk about ‘beauty and the beast.’” The perfect companion for listening to “mono reprocessed for stereo.”