I haven't had much time to post lately. Work and chores have kept me on my toes, but I thought I'd sneak a quick one in from the office.
This Zenith Stereophonic Hi-Fi (Model MT1925) was kind of purchased as an afterthought. I'd gone to an estate sale and made a big score, which I've not yet posted, and saw the stereo console sitting in the corner of the room on my way out. The organizers were pretty desperate to get rid of it and offered me a price that was too good to pass up. I guess they figured that nobody listens to vinyl anymore and didn't want to be stuck with it after the sale.
This model includes and AM/FM tuner and turntable.
The front panel reminds me of the Broyhill Emphasis line, one of my favorites, and it sounds great too. While modern satellite speakers may be more efficient, the big, old sets definitely trump them in fullness and richness of sound.
I'm not sure if this is a keeper. I like the look, but space is getting tight and, unlike most of my friends, I am not in possession vinyl collection. I know that vinyl offers some benefits over digital, but having every album that I own instantly accessible and portable is just so convenient.
Oh, and did you see that we're up over 100,000 hits!
To celebrate, here's some pictures of Scrappy Cat with her little kitties that I found on my work computer. I know you all love cute kitties. Just look at those faces.