JGonYT: Hi Bill. I decided to look inside mine after having it for a year. Everything works/sounds fine BUT I came across 2 problems. There is a pair of diodes and blue capacitors at the back of the board almost under the aux power receptacle. The board under these 4 components is VERY dark brown. They don't look burnt/ bloated though. Is your unit like this (can't tell from shadow in video) and what is that component group's job? The other problem is that one of the 2 big black capacitors near the main micro-controller has some tan fuzz at the bottom. Thanks
JGonYT: I love this thing! I got one after seeing this a year ago. The touchpad is really cool. Another thing is that you can use the tape monitor for an additional input instead which is nice. The only thing that annoys me is the physical power switch. I have to remember to go up to it and turn it off. Stupid no remote 80's technology. ;)
Anthony Silver: Hi have enjoyed your video have an old technics system that works fine and have just got an equalizer the same model as in your video which I would like to include to my system but dont know how to hook up the cables at the back of the system . I have the amp cassette deck cd player tuner and turntable could you give me some help with thanks Tony
MASTERUDY Castillo: THE BEST EQ WAS BUILT ON THE 90'S BY BEHRINGER DISCONTINUED NOW NO OTHER BRAND HAVE MAKE A BETTER EQ FULLY CONTROLLABLE BY YOUR COMPUTER USING USB ULTRA CURVE PRO DSP 8024 YES IT IS ALSO DIGITAL SIGNAL PROCESSOR! SECOND BEST THE REALISTIC FROM RADIO SHACK BUILT ON THE 80'S
Wellbred Nfed: In the late 1990's a friend of mine had a Technics touch control EQ that had separate touch controls and read outs for left & right. His biz was recording 78 rpm to CD -he had 40,000 78's. He's dead & I've looked & looked for something similar. Are you aware of other brands that have this feature?
Mark Schommer: My Technics equalizer is somewhat like this though mine doesn't have touch controls. Mine does have separate displays for right and left and it has presets if you want different equalization for different using. Mine used buttons on the top and bottom of the displays to adjust them. Technics with your equalizer and mine seems to have made some cool equalizers. My displays are also vacuum-florescent.
JGonYT: I ended up getting one of these- It is really cool!
Ken Crooks: I finally found one of these locally in mint condition. It is a really cool EQ. Nice job explaining things on the video.
TheDutchOwner: The designer(s) is/are really clever :)
vatchvult: Very cool.
Dylan Harrison: I have a SH-GE70 it came with my SU-V75 reciver along with other parts like a tapedeck and a FM/AM tuner it also had a turntable but god nows what happened to that.
Bubba Gump: Thank you so MUCH for posting this! I found this to be very informative and helped in my decision to buy one that I found on ebay.
Your presentation was excellent and went a long way in explaining how this unit functions. This was key, since it's a used item and didn't come with a manual.
Great job and keep the youtube posts coming!
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