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Thread: Interesting radio shop in Yeovil (Lindars Radios)

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    I'm Lawrence.

    Default Interesting radio shop in Yeovil (Lindars Radios)

    I've just ordered a Thorens TT off these guys and they seem very friendly and helpful. Has anyone heard of them? Some of these power supplies look interesting and cheap

    https://www.amateurradiosales.co.uk/...s-and-speakers

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    What'd ya get
    Current system - Garrard 401/Mayware F4 in progress! 1210 GR/Jelco 750/Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amp - Audio Innovations S500. Audio Note J's / QED XT40 speaker cable/Straight wire interconnects.

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    TD126 MkIV

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    Looks nice, follow up to the td125?
    Current system - Garrard 401/Mayware F4 in progress! 1210 GR/Jelco 750/Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amp - Audio Innovations S500. Audio Note J's / QED XT40 speaker cable/Straight wire interconnects.

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    Yes but more electronics inside so some prefer the 125. It's heavier so that's better. I like all the lights and auto shut off myself. I had one years ago and stupidly sold it, a few Mk3s around but the IVs are very rare.

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