William Dixon

After retiring from a 21 year long career as an audio tech, William turned his focus to his family and various personal projects. However, his passion for hi-fi has not faded, and we are happy to have him as a contributor here at VintageSonics.

How To Connect A Crosley Turntable To Speakers – A Step-By-Step Guide

Are you a proud owner of a Crosley turntable but struggling to connect it to your speakers? Look no further! In this article, we will guide you through the process of connecting your Crosley turntable to Bluetooth speakers. Whether you’re a music enthusiast or just looking to enjoy your vinyl collection, this step-by-step guide will

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Marantz CD45 Review

Experienced readers will be aware that Marantz is effectively owned by Philips, and that, while many Marantz equipment is imported from the Far East, its CD players, in particular, are based on Philips designs, despite their outward look. In actuality, Marantz is given a reasonable amount of leeway in deciding which models to target for

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Marantz CD-17 Review

Marantz is one of the rare firms that has succeeded in the mainstream while also progressing along the audiophile route. Its ambitions appear to have risen steadily over the last few years, as additional refinements and advancements surface in its Reference range. The SC-5 preamplifier, for example, is available with a battery power supply (of

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