Radio Road: RE: Sansui TU-919 thin midrange? by firstname.lastname@example.org
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In Reply to: RE: Sansui TU-919 thin midrange? posted by Nglazer on August 7, 2012 at 07:27:16:
yep, HoosierAudio has pretty much nailed it.
If your 919 is sounding thin, its not the tuner's fault. the caps need to be upgraded. would also add some bypass caps on the main filter caps in the PS, as well as the output stage coupling caps. I have several copies of both Sansui tuners; and while none of them are stock, the sound quality on the 919 is so close to the 9900; not sure I could tell which is which. Both are quite excellent. If you lived closer, could show you what you need to do.
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Topic - Sansui TU-919 thin midrange? - Springbok 10:31:23 07/17/12 ( 6)
- RE: Sansui TU-919 thin midrange? - Nglazer 07:27:16 08/7/12 ( 1)
- RE: Sansui TU-919 thin midrange? - email@example.com 08/9/12 10:20:33 08/9/12 ( 0)
RE: Sansui TU-919 thin midrange? - HoosierAudio 17:20:40 07/17/12 ( 1)
- I feel the same way about my TU-717 if that makes you feel any better - mhardy6647 17:50:25 07/17/12 ( 0)
RE: Sansui TU-919 thin midrange? - Neff 16:29:52 07/17/12 ( 1)
- "install Silmic II coupling capacitors, replace the power supply capacitors & align the tuner" DARN right~nT - Cleantimestream 06:18:10 07/19/12 ( 0)