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In Reply to: RE: Accuphase 101 T tuning posted by louie3 on August 15, 2016 at 15:48:32
What's wrong with lowering the volume control a bit, temporarily pushing in the muting button while changing stations, or both?
Not that there's anything wrong with having two tuners hooked up!
I have tried what you suggest, but the problem is that sometimes it is hard to tell when the station is tuned, even using the meters, so I have to hear the station.
Anyway, looks like two tuners are probably best, unless I can find someone to do a rebuild on the Accuphase.
I sent an email to Accutech, but have gotten no response so far.
FWIW...I got a reply from Accutech and an alignment is not expensive at all, other than the trouble to box up the tuner and shipping cost.
But from the comments and listening, it sounds as though I may not need an alignment, but probably some rebuilding on some or all of the boards.
As good as the tuner sounds, I am wondering if the thing to do is to just listen to it and not worry.
I agree, I'd never be able to tune just by watching the meter(s) either. I simply turn the volume down to a point where the between channel noise isn't overwhelming, tune in the station, then turn it back up to where I'm going to listen.
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