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Old 19th July 2019, 12:26 PM   #31
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Old 19th July 2019, 01:21 PM   #32
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Super hit 80s rock band KRUIZ"Cruise". The recording is remarkable because the same Sergey Sarychev wrote this music, which later organized his rock band "Alpha" which I have already mentioned. Here he plays the keyboard and as always he wears black glasses.
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Rare recording of Soviet television. Rock group "ARIA".
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Old 20th July 2019, 09:55 PM   #33
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I remember servicing radios branded "Rigonda" and B&W TVs branded "Temp". The Temp TVs were problematic because they had a mains transformer and 6.3V valves. Most stock valves were 300ma.
Rigonda is the receivers of the production of the Riga factory from the Baltic. They always made only civilian mass products at very affordable prices. The quality of workmanship was average and consistent with prices; in printed circuit boards, they used cheap plastic based on paper (getinax) and not foiled fiberglass laminate, as in most other Soviet enterprises. In Russia, another such cheap plant was Vega. I repaired several top-end Victor (JVC) turntables with direct drive. The engine was of high quality, and the boards themselves that they run are disgusting. They were also from the cheapest paper plastic (getinaks) and all the rations rotted from the hot tropical and humid Japanese climate. Ie their production does not correspond to their own Japanese climate. In the Soviet motherboards, however, not only textolite was used, but also components using gold, and all this was always almost always covered with several layers of synthetic varnish. Audio was divided into groups of complexity and high-class equipment, almost not inferior, and often superior to foreign counterparts. For example, in the head 008 of the moving-magnet (MM) plates produced by the Corvette company in Leningrad, a needle holder (cantilever) was used in the form of a conical tube of pure beryllium, and the needle was Swiss-made, it is 1980-1990 release.
In England, earlier, they also produced excellent acoustic systems and everyone remembers that. Early KEF, Celestion Ditton were especially good, but what is now very expensive and often sounds bad.
Only today I listened to several models of the newest DYNAUDIO and B & W and everything sounded much worse than the French Cabasse Java MC40 which costs much less and sounded extremely musical and accurate. I heard such a sound only from very expensive US-made REVEL Ultima Salon2. But which cost 10 times more than Cabasse Java MC40.
This is all to the fact that now nobody has anything to boast about. In addition to some successful single models. In general, the Japanese practically turned off the production of first-class acoustic systems, with the exception of the Yamaha NS-5000 and which are also too expensive compared to the Cabasse Java MC40 and B & W.


Two Soviet superstars. Yuri Nikulin, who went through the whole war, and then worked in the Moscow circus as a boss and a clown. And Andrei Mironov. Both starred in many films. Andrei Mironov plays the role of a gangster in this film.
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Metallica sang the song “Blood type” of the KINO group at a concert at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow.
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