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Old 4th Feb 2021, 2:18 pm   #41
Robint 47
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Default Re: Decca Decola Restoration

Bit of a nit pick really i have just realised all calling it a Decola for historical accuracy its a Stereo Decola a Decola is older But its nice to see one again bringing back old memories.
PS make sure you check caps in crossover they were prone to failure and often ignored.
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Old 4th Feb 2021, 7:04 pm   #42
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Default Re: Decca Decola Restoration

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Bit of a nit pick really i have just realised all calling it a Decola for historical accuracy its a Stereo Decola a Decola is older But its nice to see one again bringing back old memories.
PS make sure you check caps in crossover they were prone to failure and often ignored.
Robin
Thanks Robin, yes they have been changed too, they were well overdue!
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