Category Archives: tuners

Denon TU-1500AE

The problem for Denon’s TU-1500AE was that it was the long-awaited replacement to one of the best and most long running budget tuners in history. True, there were a couple of super rivals from the likes of NAD and Creek, but

Denon TU-1500AE

The problem for Denon’s TU-1500AE was that it was the long-awaited replacement to one of the best and most long running budget tuners in history. True, there were a couple of super rivals from the likes of NAD and Creek, but

Magnum Dynalab MD-90T

What’s not to love about the Magnum Dynalab MD-90? Any red blooded radiohead looking at its delicious fascia – peppered with analogue meters, LED digits, switches, knobs and the inscription ‘analog FM tuner’ – will be beguiled. If ever there was a product

Magnum Dynalab MD-90T

What’s not to love about the Magnum Dynalab MD-90? Any red blooded radiohead looking at its delicious fascia – peppered with analogue meters, LED digits, switches, knobs and the inscription ‘analog FM tuner’ – will be beguiled. If ever there was a product

Yamaha CT-7000

This tuner is legendary in the great scheme of radio things, with superlative design and ergonomics. It has timeless styling which Yamaha has recently resurrected for its range of hi-fi separates, only the slight patina of age on a CT-7000 marks it as being something

Yamaha CT-7000

This tuner is legendary in the great scheme of radio things, with superlative design and ergonomics. It has timeless styling which Yamaha has recently resurrected for its range of hi-fi separates, only the slight patina of age on a CT-7000 marks it as being something

Meridian 104

It’s amazing how some classic products have disappeared into the mists of time, totally forgotten – while others are talked about many decades after their demise. Meridian’s 104 tuner is an example of the former, but deserves to be the

Meridian 104

It’s amazing how some classic products have disappeared into the mists of time, totally forgotten – while others are talked about many decades after their demise. Meridian’s 104 tuner is an example of the former, but deserves to be the

Nytech CTA 252XD

Nytech’s classic ‘Calculator Tuner Amplifier’ is largely forgotten now, but made a great impression on the British hi-fi market when its star burned brightly in the late nineteen seventies. Its name was no mere whimsy – back when launched in

Nytech CTA 252XD

Nytech’s classic ‘Calculator Tuner Amplifier’ is largely forgotten now, but made a great impression on the British hi-fi market when its star burned brightly in the late nineteen seventies. Its name was no mere whimsy – back when launched in