[TenTec] notch filter for Eagle?

rick@dj0ip.de Rick at DJ0IP.de
Thu Jul 20 11:25:35 EDT 2017

New 7600's are going for dumping prices over here.
Everyone is waiting on the 7610.  (if I win the lottery . . . )

Our accountant at Spiderbeam co-owns a vinyl record shop and his business is booming, though he is seeing a shift more and more towards online sales rather than walk-ins to his brick and mortar shop.  Claims some of the vinyl's bring $300 or more.  Too bad our old radios don't follow that trend!

What surprised me is, he says some artists are even making new records.  He's not just selling old used records.


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From: TenTec [mailto:tentec-bounces at contesting.com] On Behalf Of Dukes HiFi
Sent: Thursday, July 20, 2017 4:47 PM
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Subject: Re: [TenTec] notch filter for Eagle?

I agree Rick.

The same thing happened in the music industry decades ago with the illusion that CD audio was “perfect” and that there was no longer any need for vinyl.

Well, I still play my vinyl, my amp is full of tubes and my speakers are 35 years old and better than anything you can buy at Best Buy at any price.

If my Pro 2 goes south, there are still hundreds of them out there, and, as you say, going for shelf-clearing prices. In addition, the 7600, relatively new, also has the true notch filter, though its noise blanker is probably not as good as that of the Pro2. I have only operated a 7600 for a few hours…

> On Jul 20, 2017, at 9:36 AM, rick at dj0ip.de <Rick at DJ0IP.de> wrote:

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