Magnum Dynalab MD-90T Tuners

Magnum Dynalab MD-90T Tuners 


MD-90T Triode Tube FM Tuner with 17" Faceplate

  • Premium FM tuner with triode tube amplification section
  • Philips military grade 6922 tube in the amplification stage
  • In-house-designed three stage tuning front end
  • Ultra-low noise toroidal transformer
  • .093 thick printed circuit board minimizes vibration
  • Solen polypropylene capacitors in the signal path
  • Analog frequency tuning via a precision potentiometer
  • Tuning mechanism consists of an ultra smooth, front panel control knob
  • Function switching uses tactile, toggle switches with replaceable paddles
  • Group delay filtering strengthens and defines weak signals
  • Automatic variable blend control keyed to signal strength
  • Dual, keyed automatic gain control (AGC)
  • Switchable wide/narrow IF bandwidth control
  • Mute circuit - noise-activated with manual defeat switch
  • Stereo/Mono mode - user switchable
  • Digital frequency display
  • Three large, easy-to-read panel meters (RF input level; Multipath interference level; Center-tune condition)


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    [Oct 10, 2005]


    Natural sound, no electronic harshness, rich bass. Remote has presets.


    It smooths over the finer detail, which makes a lot of music sound a bit thick but still listenable. Noticeable top-end rolloff which might disappoint some people(I didn't buy the tuner with the optional Kimber wiring which presumably would change that).

    My previous experience with tuners was with those lame devices built into receivers. But having an audiophile stereo system, I finally decided to give a quality tuner a try. At its best, the tuner approaches CD quality. I listen to classical stations most of the time, and this tuner can handle full orchestra with a solid bass response. Instruments sound palpable, not the thin, nebulous characteristics you hear on a tuner/receiver. Massed violins have no scratchiness. Solo instruments often have a startling realism. Dynamics are better than expected for a broadcast signal. Now I listen to the radio a great deal. I think everyone should have a good tuner -- it's free music and you get to hear all kinds of fresh music you haven't encountered before. The first tuner had a faulty LED display, but the company cheerfully built a new tuner for me and actually broke it in for me at the factory while they were waiting for my faulty unit to arrive.

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