I’ll be retiring this site soon as we port everything over to the new domain.
So, the shop is happening, and with it a few changes…. Out with the old logo, and in with the new. Many reasons, but mostly because as a record shop, its important to include the word RECORDS… From now on, moving forward, this is the only logo that will be used. It describes what … Continue reading All change
Well this will look just swell behind the main counter. Sadly, it arrived in pieces, having suffered at the hands of couriers between Italy and the UK. But I managed to fix it, and fitted new LED strips to the inside. its almost 5 feet long, and rather impressive.
Ive been aware of the Sony DD-100 (AKA the Boodo Khan) walkman since Massive Attack’s 3D bragged about his “Sony Boodo Khan” on the Blue Lines album. But actually getting one was another matter…. Until today. Holy shit, this machine kicks ass. The DOL (Dynamic Optimum Loudness) is everything Mega Bass is not. Its … Continue reading Just popped my Boodo Khan cherry!
http://www.analogueoctober.com/shop/LIVE! Thanks to Hugo at the walkman archive for the use of the images. Check out his review here…
I Think I got to this one just in time… The caps had all blown, so they are all of now. I like to draw the board and then plot the values for each cap, and you can see that “map” under the bowl of isopropyl that the board is soaking in. It looks … Continue reading Re-capping the Aiwa HS-P202
Its fair to say, this website / Blog’s days are numbered. Why??? Well, lets just say that after 30 years of TV and film, I have decided to finally itch that scratch… and I am opening up a very special venture indeed. Im opening up the Analogue October store. Premises secured, and all those crazy … Continue reading So…. a few changes
I have the house almost to myself this evening. My wife is at the cinema with her friends, and the youngest daughter is revising. So it’s time to just sit back and let the DC2 / Little Dot MKII (with upgraded tubes) feed the Beyer DT880’s with some Jamiroquai on a new That’s VX. Sadly … Continue reading The DC2 is back