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About RickFL

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  • Birthday 03/17/1957

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    South Florida
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    Klipschorns and Cornwalls with various and sundry

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  1. here is a different idea. DAT deck. Tapes are easy to find, cheap and can record up to 4 hours. digital sound quality. i bought one and several cases of tapes on ebay. love it.
  2. I just sold a Cr-2040 receiver because i was cleaning out the house during the forced vacation. working from home a few hours in the morning then spring cleaning after. Got more to move out. I have some receivers and reel decks to move out just colectin dust. Lots of time and little to do....
  3. Why are these old listings even here?
  4. Appreciate the positive comments. Sold locally.
  5. I am hoping this will go to someone that can appreciate it. I will work out a price for forum members. Sorry cant ship. Thank you.
  6. Dear HPower, The output meters do work. Thanks.
  7. SOLD No longer available. Yamaha CR-2040 receiver(1979) with bonus Yamaha P-450 turntable. Will include some records as well. Receiver in near mint condition and working. Turntable works but need new cartridge. Hinge springs no longer work to hold up the cover. I can demonstrate before purchase. $500. Located in West Palm Beach(Royal Palm Beach) Florida. Specifications Tuning range: FM, MW Power output: 120 watts per channel into 8Ω (stereo) Frequency response: 5Hz to 100kHz Total harmonic distortion: 0.02% Damping factor: 40 Input sensitivity: 0.1mV (MC), 2.5mV (MM), 120mV (line) Signal to noise ratio: 86dB (MC), 95dB (MM), 100dB (line) Output: 120mV (line) Semiconductors: 14 x IC, 4 x FET, 102 x transistors, 31 x diodes, 9 x zener diodes Dimensions: 580 x 167 x 407mm Weight: 20.4kg The Yamaha P-450 is a 2-speed, belt-drive, fully-auto turntable system with unique optimum mass, minimum resonance straight tonearm and convenient front panel operation. Specifications Drive system: belt drive Motor: FG servo DC motor Platter: 300mm die-cast aluminium, 0.7kg (including rubber mat) Speeds: 33 and 45rpm Signal to noise ratio: better than 70dB Wow and flutter: less than 0.04% WRMS Arm type: straight arm tube Effective length: 222mm Overhang: 16mm Tracking force range: 0 to 3g Offset angle: 23 degrees Cartridge weight: 2.5 to 10g Dimensions: 440 x 132 x 372mm
  8. Good to see another Klipsch lover in south florida. I recently upgraded the tweeters on my Klipchorns from Mr. Crites. Bored to death stuck here at home.
  9. Check out Billy Gibbons in Cuba:
  10. RickFL

    Happy New Year

    may all your hi-fi dreams come true in 2020
  11. Merry Christmas to you and yours.
  12. RickFL


    Watch out(no pun intended) as the horology bug can bite hard. My habit started when my grandfather died and i inherited his 1950's gold Juvenia watch. Now it needed service and speaking with the local watchmaker i was drawn into the world of vintage watches which i started to collect back in the 70's. After a long stint in broadcasting i moved south and turned my hobby into my profession selling Patek, Rolex and other fine watches for one of the top jewelry stores in south Florida. Music and horology are passions of mine. Both my watches and music equipment are arcane technology that i love and collect.
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