DrCassette’s workshop – AEG mini home theatre system (1/2)

DrCassette’s workshop – AEG mini home theatre system (1/2)

DrCassette’s workshop – AEG mini home theatre system pt1

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  1. DrCassette
    DrCassette 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    Yes, the sound is bad… it's very dark in the workshop so I had o use the cheap camera wich has a better low light performance than the Aiptec camcorder. Luckily these days are gone, the Panasonic camcorder is good enough in low light to get a good picture even in the dark workshop.

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  2. DrCassette
    DrCassette 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    Alles klar, danke!

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  3. ForgetfulCollector
    ForgetfulCollector 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    It sounds as though you recorded the audio with a DC bias cassette recorder using the internal mic! (best description of it I could think of!) Not a very good stereo, the parts are cheap and far between. At least you can salvage some things!

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  4. petesmith81
    petesmith81 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    @there's one that actually does nothing (input 230V and output 230V)…Das ist eine Netzfilter, thats a Line Filter

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  5. DrCassette
    DrCassette 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    That's a good question… there's one that actually does nothing (input 230V and output 230V), one for the standby circuit and then the main transformer… a very expensive setup!

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  6. DrCassette
    DrCassette 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    That's odd! When I checked this video before uploading the sound was a lot better! Sorry that it is so bad! I used a cheap camera for recording this… and this error makes it even worse! 🙁

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  7. CoolDudeClem
    CoolDudeClem 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    That's a little odd, you don't normally see fluorescent displays on today's stuff, it's usually all LCD now. I wonder why they used so many transformers?

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  8. Richard L
    Richard L 8 March, 2022, 06:42

    nice video
    taking cheap things apart or making them better is always fun but why is there so much distortion in the audio??

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