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In Reply to: RE: Mcintosh MR 71 posted by dirtyvinyl on August 31, 2016 at 18:24:24
One of the local gurus has one (perhaps, knowing him, somewhat tweaked). He brought it over to my house one day -- I was impressed.
These aren't cheap, but they're not in the rarefied territory of the 10B, the REL (there are a few of those floatin' around up in this neck of the woods) or the Scott & Fisher broadcast monitors, either.
Highly recommended for sound quality (which is my primary consideration in a tuner, fwiw).
There are lots of really good FM 'radios' from a reception/technical standpoint... that just don't sound that good.
... and, sadly, in... I dunno... 10 years (maybe less) they'll probably all be doorstops :-(
(needless to say, the tuner in the image above, sadly, ain't mine -- photo from www.hifiengine.com)
all the best,
Excellent tuner in the 310E..It is very similar to my 4310 in many areas and that also outperforms the 10B IMHO.
"For every complex problem there is an answer that is clear, simple, and wrong" H. L. Mencken
My 310E was the first tuner I ever heard an actual stereo image (not just separation) on. Classical station in the 1980s using Quad ESL57s (which can, given the right source, IMAGE!)
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