Further Reading

You’ve probably come to my site to read, learn and connect with classic audio gear.

If you’ve not had enough of a hi-fi hit you’re interested to read more, you’ll find further reading, related sites and articles below.

My YouTube channel, with videos of repairs and restorations.

The brilliant Vintage Knob is THE site for learning about the specs and stories behind classic audio gear.

I’ve recently discovered an excellent site dedicated to Adcom repairs and restorations. Check out Hoppe’s Brain, run by the obviously talented Chris Hoppe. This is definitely where I would be taking my Adcom gear to be repaired in the USA!

You’ll find one of the few Kenwood L-07D sites, with loads of great info, here.

Still one of the very best magazines for hifi enthusiasts, Stereophile is a legend in the magazine industry.

Tone Audio is another of my favourite zines, and Jeff Dorgay not only takes all the photographs, but also produces this gorgeous e-zine.

EEVblog is an electronics engineering video blog I enjoy, produced by Aussie electronics engineer Dave Jones.

Classic Audio is another great website dealing with all things vintage audio, including gear for sale.

If you like buying and selling audio gear, Audiogon is THE online marketplace!

Audio Classic is a lovely new website dealing with classic audio gear, with some really stunning images.

NEVER do business with dodgy Victorian hi-fi dealer Trevor Lees, or his son Christopher Lees, who run Trevor Lees Audio. This explains why.

Another great reason never to pay Trevor or Christopher Lees  anything – they are crooks!

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