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Pawel
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Hello All

 

Great idea ! 

I worked for Tandberg Televison around 15 years :), still having a lot of friends in Norway so I will pass information about this forum to all my colleagues. Restoring the TR20xx series is my hobby. I started with TR2040 for myself a few years ago and I finish no 51 today. I think majority of my friends ( and family )  having TR20xx at home now :). I may say that i do the restoring including the wooden case. A few examples of my work you may find attached.

 

Tandbergi

 

Pawel


hagzo
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Hi Pawel,  Are you the same guy who contributed to this thread on a Tr2075 recap from winyl.net? 

https://www.winyl.net/viewtopic.php?t=6164

I it a very interesting read.

Keith

 

 

 

 


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Tandbergista
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Hi Pawel,
Great to see you here! You have lots of knowledge about Tandberg. And thanks for all your advice on my restoration of my TR-2080.

/Jens aka Tandbergista


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Pawel
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@hagzo  hello, it wasn't me, in 2014 I have been by fully occupied by the digital compression systems :), but I have a lot of useful information in regards to recap at TR20xx series. Any questions let me know.

Pawel


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jdurbin1
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Nice stack 👍 

Possibly some difference in the local gravity situation, here in the US the Tandberg components seem to prefer being stacked sideways:

 

receiver row

 

3000 series waiting

John


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koba
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Posted by: @jdurbin1

 Possibly some difference in the local gravity situation, here in the US the Tandberg components seem to prefer being stacked sideways:

👍 👍

For sure. Cats are somewhat unusual there too... 😀 

 

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Pawel
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where is this stock 🙂 ? I keep my restore waiting stock the same vertical way. It's much easier accessible !

Pawel


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Too funny, our cats do also adjust to the view that way but are not allowed into the Tandberg storage area (fur and claws do not aid in restoration!) which drives them crazy. There is nothing more annoying to a cat than a closed door which you are allowed to go behind but they can't come in themselves.

That is a somewhat dated view of part of my spare bedroom here in San Diego; the row has expanded since then and the 3000-series overflowed to some dry storage areas in my garage, with WIP or other components also temporarily stashed in my workroom/listening room upstairs.

The other 3/4 of that spare room is full of other audio items though; Tandberg is my favorite brand but has to share space with some pieces from other brands like ADS, Nakamichi etc.

John


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Pawel
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San Diego, hmmm nice sunny place and superb collection ! I have to take a photo from my storage area - my dog doesn't have access into it 🙂 

Pawel


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Pawel
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I promised the vertical stock photo, here it is ! ufff it's a heavy stock 🙂 

IMG 6552

 

Pawel


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hagzo
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I found a good use for the ubiquitous Ikea furniture.  It holds the 1xxx series perfectly....

16158237846494789043628806156601

 


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Pawel
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The TR20xx series is 'longer' 🙁 

Pawel


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hagzo
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You have too many 😀 


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koba
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Posted by: @hagzo

You have too many 😀 

Tandberg enthusiasts do not know the words "too many"... "too less" only 😎


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hagzo
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🙏

Praise huldra

 


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