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Jimsdad 28th April 2012 06:47 PM

Newbie saying hi
 
Just thought I'd introduce myself to the forum; I came across the site after doing a Google search on modifying my Cambridge Audio Azur 640c Mk1 (bit of a mouthful that!).

Anyway my Hi-Fi consists of a Pioneer SA9500II amplifier, the aforementioned CD player, a Pioneer TX 9500 Tuner, Pro-ject RPM6 turntable and a pair of Mordaunt Short floorstanders.

I'm pleased with the sound, but think the CD player could do with improving :)

Looking forward to contributing on the site where I can and it's nice to be here ;)

Regards,

Adam.

planet10 28th April 2012 07:05 PM

Welcome to the forum Adam.

dave

Gyuri 28th April 2012 07:26 PM

"Abandon hope all ye who enter here."

I had a son, who was named Adam.
So welcome you here!

Gyuri

Pano 28th April 2012 07:27 PM

Welcome to the forum. :wave:

Jimsdad 28th April 2012 08:01 PM

Thanks for the warm welcome! :)

Cal Weldon 2nd May 2012 02:15 PM

Hello and welcome.

john blackburn 2nd May 2012 11:53 PM

Hi Jimsdad

Have you seen the Shigaclone thread? It is here if not http://www.diyaudio.com/forums/digit...one-story.html

Chester is a nice place to be on a sunny day if you have a while to sit and watch the world go by. Is the old anti smoking bloke on a bicycle still around?

John

Jimsdad 3rd May 2012 07:53 PM

Hi John,

Chester is beautiful, I just love it here, but I can't recall the anti smoking fella :confused: I'll ask around though ;)

I've had a look at that thread, I'm impressed with the engineering involved, I think it's beyond my skills, as well as free time; inspiring stuff though!

Nice to be welcomed by a 'local' :D

john blackburn 5th May 2012 02:26 PM

Hi Jimsdad.

I think he was Polish and rode around on a bicycle festooned in anti smoking messages, it is a few years since I saw him around mindst.

The old grey Sony Playstation 1002 can be brought up to a nice sounding cd player for not much money too. Mick Feuerbacher Audio Projects

This is mine Playstation 1002 picture by Jblackburn_photos - Photobucket

John

Jimsdad 10th May 2012 06:47 PM

Fantastic ingenuity there! ;)


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