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  1. Sherwood Newcastle R-972 LP conversion

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    I'm currently running my Pioneer PL-D II TT through the Tape Input jack on my SN R-972. (no phono jack obviously) I want to rip my vinyl into a digital format for portability. I was considering using the Tape Out jacks to a Line In jack on my PC. Theoretically this should work, but wanted to put...
  2. sold pioneer got a sherwood newcastle

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    Well sold my pioneer vsx-820 and a got sherwood Newcastle r-956 paid $80 for it and it is like new works 100% got remote and that works all the manuals an certificate of performance. it sounds soo good! anything I should know about this receiver.
  3. Hello From Newcastle!! (Ashamedly home of Geordie Shore!)

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    Hi Folks, More of a Pro Audio guy now but used to sell a lot of home AV and custom cinema installs back in the nineties ;) Looking forward to making a few new forum friends ;)
  4. Sherwood Newcastle R-972

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    Hi All, I am just finishing completely setting up my theater room with my new Sherwood Newcastle R-972. Up to this point it has been a mix of boxes, paint and tools that I would push in the corner while I enjoyed the movie. I had a problem with the R-972 when I tried to use the Trinnov...
  5. Sherwood Newcastle R-972 Looks like a Winner

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    Nice price point at $1500 with a ton of current features. Sherwood Newcastle R-972 HDMI 1.3 Receiver MSRP: $1499 Sherwood revamped their entire line of A/V receivers and displayed them at CES. Not only did they acclimate into the 21st century with their first HDMI enabled receivers but they...
  6. Hi from Newcastle, Australia

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    Hi there folks, I've finally bitten the bullet and downloaded RoomEQ Wizzard. I must say I'm blown away by how well it performs and how well it's supported on these pages. I currently have a DIY ported system (4 * 10 inch drivers / 350w) which performs impressively when it's running flat out...
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