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Old 29th November 2009, 07:04 PM   #1
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Default just got a free RLSTC STA-2000. recap?

so i got a treat today on my way home from the local dog park: in the trash, a realistic STA-2000 receiver.

lugged it home 4 blocks(heavy!), plugged it in, crappy sound on the left side, but not blowing fuses and staying powered up. after a thorough cleaning, and cleaning the pots, it sounds amazing. im thrilled.

but here's my question: i have recapped instruments with a shotgun mentality, and i honestly havent been able to tell the difference. so i wouldnt be interested in that approach, but if i could do this in a focused manner, i.e. just the signal path that is most relevant, then i would consider it before putting it into use.

any thoughts? thanks-rj
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