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Wanted Any Decent Spectrum Analyser

Wharfedale Linton Heritage Speakers

prepress

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Hi friends,

I am looking for a good looking Spectrum Analyzer, just for display. Don't want to use in the music chain. Anybody has something like

Kenwood GE 900W
BSR 4000XR
ADC SS-525X

Right now I am using Akai EA-A7 (No.2 in the image). :eek:hyeah:
Not interested in Technics Analyzers (don't like that display, flat blue thick lights). Please let me know if anybody can help in this. Thanks in advance.

 

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Yeah, it looks great if we put it in the AV rack. By the way I had another great Spectrum Analyzer, Aiwa GE-D1 which had 20 spectrum bars but sold couple of years back on eBay @3500/- :mad:

 

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It's sad that manufacturers have stopped making like those now. But those were one of the best visual A/V enhancements in 80s/90s IMO. It felt like adrenalin gushing all over amp & speakers through sheer power of music.

Like a RPM needle in Tacho.:yahoo:
 

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That looks great man!!
There are many diy and pre assembled spectrum analyser kits online. Maybe we can arrange a bulk buy for those interested. I found a great one here: http://m.youtube.com/watch?v=go6yq15uaJI
Infact there are so many knowledgeable people on this forum, maybe we can request someone to assemble a diy kit with instructions?
Jeez I'm excited!!! :D
 

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I see a few options on olx

Hi,

Most of them on Quickr/OLX are equalizers without spectrum analyzers. I found a couple which had, but, they didn't interest me.

I need it for the visual splendour it generates more than the functionality. We had a Sony cassette player which had a multi color spectrum analyzer; this was one of the key things which drove me towards music then :)

If I can get one, with a red/maroon colored bar display, I will be more than happy & if I find a multi-colored one, will be ecstatic!

Thanks!

Varun
 
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Giant one looking awesome. I would order one if similar quality is available in standard amp size (435mm). Here is the image I have created by using that Giant LED Display in standard size. I can imagine how cool it will look in that standard size in the rack when we keep it there. :yahoo:

 

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Beautiful Akai rig you got there. Looks new. I have a soft spot for Akai as this was the brand my dad owns though not in use, from the 80's.
 

prepress

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Hi friends,

I am looking for a good looking Spectrum Analyzer, just for display. Don't want to use in the music chain. Anybody has something like

Kenwood GE 900W
BSR 4000XR
ADC SS-525X

Right now I am using Akai EA-A7 (No.2 in the image). :eek:hyeah:
Not interested in Technics Analyzers (don't like that display, flat blue thick lights). Please let me know if anybody can help in this. Thanks in advance.

Alright, I am back to the place where I was ;)

I am using Yamaha EQ-630 which is very decent.



but still I feel some thing for
BSR 4000XR
ADC SS-525X
and added another name
Samson D1500




Anybody own these and willing to sell, please contact me.
 
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