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Which tuner to get and getting the most from it. Thank God, for the radio!


You might want to look at a Yamaha T-70, available for a bargain price some as low as $30-40. I picked up a Schiit headphone amp at a hock-shop and enjoy superlative FM performance and great headphone sound for under $100.

I heard it from an actual eyewitness that WFMT classical in Chicago, around 1980 when they became the first FM station to be re-broadcast nationally via satellite, used this tuner to receive their off-the-air signal to feed to their satellite uplink. Whatever...

It is a nice sounding tuner in stock form: good octave-to-octave balance, great depth to the image-- an extension of their Yamaha "natural sound" philosophy, if that interests you.

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