IDEK Creations
IDEK Creations

Let's connect! I think we can help you grow

Vor 2 Monate
GooseJuice
GooseJuice

Keep on grinding! Great vids!

Vor 7 Monate
Baza765
Baza765

Hi Mr T,have you had any problems when dealing with Geekbuying.com, i'm thinking of buying a Drift 2 of them Cheers Baza ;-)

Vor year
Y0Y0Evan
Y0Y0Evan

Really digging the new channel art

Vor year
Foxeema TV
Foxeema TV

how can i get hdmi to from my computer to cable red white yellow rca jacks for old tv i have a converter but sound is hard to get right

Vor year
HunterShayneVids
HunterShayneVids

Have you done a video on miniDVD's yet? I loved your videos on CED's, VHD's, and MiniDisc, but miniDVD is one last format that I would like to know a little more about, already being familiar with other ended formats like Beta, HD DVD, Laserdisc (my personal favorite), etc.

Vor year
HunterShayneVids
HunterShayneVids

Have you done a video on miniDVD's yet? I loved your videos on CED's, VHD's, and MiniDisc, but miniDVD is one last format that I would like to know a little more about, already being familiar with other ended formats like Beta, HD DVD, Laserdisc (my personal favorite), etc.

Vor year
HunterShayneVids
HunterShayneVids

Have you done a video on miniDVD's yet? I loved your videos on CED's, VHD's, and MiniDisc, but miniDVD is one last format that I would like to know a little more about, already being familiar with other ended formats like Beta, HD DVD, Laserdisc (my personal favorite), etc.

Vor year
Tony Paynter
Tony Paynter

Have done a review on the BT version of multi room TV.

Vor year
gmofftarki
gmofftarki

Hey, I thought you might find this interesting- the anime series "Animegataris" just referenced the portable Sony DAT recorder in its 8th episode. They were kicked out of the school's recording studio, and decided to use the DAT in its stead in order to complete production of the little series they were working on: i.imgur.com/kSZkSqt.jpg This is the graphic that they used.

Vor year
Glenn Haddon
Glenn Haddon

great channel so informative keep up the good work. is there an easy way for me to transfer my old md collection to pc or mp3 some of my collection is live band gigs never to be repeated current equipment is sony mdx-c7900r incar head unit with 10 cd auto changer sony net mz-n520 type s walkman sony mds-je530 any help thanks

Vor year
Igor Kavcic
Igor Kavcic

Holographic Display LED Fan Advertising Machine Hey Techmoan, please do a review od Holographic Display LED Fan Advertising Machine : www.gearbest.com/novelty-lighting/pp_999715.html

Vor year
pyenapple
pyenapple

Any chance you can do a video on Quiex II pressings of vinyl?

Vor year
Murphy Slaw
Murphy Slaw

Hi Techmoan! I was trying to contact the Russian guy who made your new Nixie-Tube watch (the one with 4 tubes). I visited the page you linked in the video's description and posted a comment to him, but have not been succesful in receiving any reply. How did you get in touch with him? I'd love to order my own watch.

Vor year
Tomasz Tomek
Tomasz Tomek

Another interesting technologies worth to be investigate are DMM (Vinyl) and HDCD (CD)

Vor year
Stefano Negrini
Stefano Negrini

Hey Technoman..Just a few words..I love this channel! I think it's the perfect mix of funny-interesting-informative stuff..I'm still young, and I study engeneering at the university, and I think that there's nothing more interesting than to see how the technology evolved through the years..and in this channel people found that! History and enterntainment..just that, thank you!

Vor year
ZoomRanker
ZoomRanker

Great videos, keep up the good work!

Vor year
D Seamus
D Seamus

Hope you can handle a little gushing. I look forward to you videos with weekly anticipation. Whatever you are reviewing/tearing apart is very interesting - you are very engaging. I enjoy your trips around Liverpool and the northwest as it reminds me of my time spent with my "British " cousins. I even have a Techmoan t-shirt which gets many strange looks, I must say. "Why's that old white dude wearing a puppet on his shirt?" Keep up the great work!!

Vor year
PJ303
PJ303

Loving the channel - have you ever come across: JVC T-E5L radio tuner (which I always enjoyed for the little LEDs helping you manually tune the radio spot on). Also ever tried any Lowther Acousta speakers - I used to have some that I lost along the way (I'm not entirely sure how, they're almost the same size as an under cabinet fridge each) though they were about 4th hand when I had them and I think playing very low resonant synth bass tones and enjoying watching the drivers bounce eventually destroyed the already perishing driver surrounds). Another tech oddity I'd be interested in is if you could find any Ambisonics amps from the 70s (early surround sound tech). Keep up the moaning :)

Vor year
Hans Haase
Hans Haase

Since a try of July 31, 2015‎ and a deletion the article Techmoan idled in a users namespace of Wikipedia. After several new documentary videos and more subscribers, and newer external references, the article was extended and moved on October 3, 2017‎ into Wikipedias article namespace. Congratulations for beeing rated as relevant for Wikipedia and I hope for more historical media format documentary and even more subscribers. Here is the Techmaon Wikipeda article: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Techmoan And the is its history: en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Techmoan&action=history The article would really like to get some more illustration. In the German project we failed on the criteria of relevance. After I translated the article, a deletion request : German: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:L%C3%B6schkandidaten/6._Oktober_2017#Techmoan_.28BNR.29 The automatic translation: translate.google.com/translate?sl=de&tl=en&js=y&prev=_t&hl=de&ie=UTF-8&u=https%3A%2F%2Fde.wikipedia.org%2Fwiki%2FWikipedia%3AL%25C3%25B6schkandidaten%2F6._Oktober_2017%23Techmoan_.28BNR.29&edit-text= by an IP 193.158.170.72 was much likely to have success. In aware deletion, I prefer idling the artiicle in my user namespace: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Benutzer:Hans_Haase/Techmoan Arguing with facts and more views than a German afternoon TV soap, some smodders prefer wellknown actors as hosts and professional agencies to crapply to relevance on Wikipedia. My suggestion is You to be a guest in TV, giving a 15 minute overview on what You are doing on DE-film or even get an article in a magazine about Your TY channel to be known more, gathering more relevance and achieve more clicks and subscriptions. Looking behind the scenes of Wikipedia, the IP 193.158.170.72 mostly contributed several deletion requsts: de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Spezial:Beitr%C3%A4ge/193.158.170.72 Live edits: 19, Deleted edits: 2 tools.wmflabs.org/supercount/index.php?user=193.158.170.72&project=de.wikipedia The deleted edits result from a successful deletion requst of de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wikipedia:L%C3%B6schkandidaten/2._Oktober_2017#Absolvia_Wunsiedel_von_1911_.28gel.C3.B6scht.29 which makes me not to declare the IP as a troll and report vandalism.

Vor year
Thomas Fay
Thomas Fay

There's a weird, yet great micro-label called Auris Apothecary that specializes in outdated media, like cassettes, 1/4 inch tape, 8-tracks, even floppy disks! You wanna give any of those releases a once-over? aurisapothecary.org/formats/

Vor year
skippbitman
skippbitman

Do you have or would you consider making a video about the "Audio and Receivers Wars" of the late 1970's?

Vor year
Dave Lennon-Copeland
Dave Lennon-Copeland

Hi, have been watching your videos for awhile, and have finally subscribed today. That makes me your 535,927th sub. :-)

Vor year
goamarty
goamarty

Hi! You do so many videos on old, forgotten recording formats, so I think, if somebody knows then this could be you. Do you know something about a magnetic disk audio recording system? It was already old when I saw it 25 yr ago at the place of a friend - and he had it there as a curiosity. It was a dictation machine the size of a record player and the magnetic disk had about the same size as a vinyl LP. The erase head was a magnetic bar over the full radius of the recording. You pressed it with a lever on the disk. This looked and sounded a little like applying a grindstone to the disk surface. :-) Unfortunately I do not remember the brand and did not really find anything on the net, but it was an interesting device. Do you know anything about such devices?

Vor year
beavis6363
beavis6363

Did anyone ever print up the cable connection housings for your Commodore SX-64? If my friend printed them and we shipped them across the pond, would you consider a follow up video on finishing out the cable? Just asking. The comments seemed to go to a dead end. Seems a pity. Maybe you have already resolved the issue. Great content. Thanks!

Vor year
SeB
SeB

Regarding Panapic, maybe this would interest you: aucview.aucfan.com/yahoo/153554209/ Best Regard Sebastien From France.

Vor year
Mike Fellhauer
Mike Fellhauer

The opening video with reel-to-reel & spinning LED bar...actually one video you haven't done is how you did the opening with the Teac reel-to-reel and the spinning LED bar with the Techmoan name. Mike from Toronto.

Vor year
Tim Wootton
Tim Wootton

When I was a kid, someone gave me the "deluxe" stereo model of the RCA Victor cartridge deck you reviewed earlier. It was capable of recording/playback in stereo, used a EM84 "eye" tube for level indication and a mechanical tape counter. Unfortunately, someone had hacked it up badly by attempting to repair it and I never got it working. I enjoyed watching that video and the others as well. Well done, sir.

Vor year
avatar
avatar

Hello! How about an episode on the awesome Optigan discs? www.optigan.com

Vor year
Captain Pickleshanks
Captain Pickleshanks

When are going to get a sequel to your toaster video? It's been 10 years!

Vor year
pnadk
pnadk

Dear Techmoan, have you thought about making a Tshirt that we can buy to support the channel? For example one with the muppet and a tape deck?

Vor year
Martin Connor
Martin Connor

Have you ever come across a Philips VCR2000 or are they too rare?

Vor year
warriordrum
warriordrum

My teenage grail in cassette recorders/players was the Pioneer ctf9191--with the cf tube display. How about a run thru on the Pioneer "huge" era--when the cases were gigantic, externally sophisticated and filled with mostly air...... :)

Vor year
Tyge
Tyge

Love the variety of your videos. If you ever want to cover metal LCD digital watches from the 1970-80s, I have only found one good (and very small) channel: Vintage Digital Watches, with great videos on restauration of even very scratched watches with defect display/alarm and buttons.. I actually just won a Giveaway on his channel : a Seiko 0439 that he had refurbished himself.

Vor year
Bruce Dykes
Bruce Dykes

I love these videos...many of the things you cover I've known about, but never seen, but you also have lots of old interesting things. Seeing the Sony Compo reminded of their Location Free line from 2004. This was their competitor to the Slingbox, giving you a base that sent video over the internet to whatever client you had. They had an 8" tablet as well as viewer software for the PC, but you could also view it on the PSP, which was the killer app for me. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LocationFree_Player

Vor year
RC
RC

Sony RX0

Vor year
Tapio Peltonen
Tapio Peltonen

Your channel is a delight. I've discovered several obscure formats that I never knew even existed through your channel. But have you ever done a video about CDV (CD Video)? Most newer laserdisc players can play these, but I've never seen a CDV disc.

Vor year
360 Picture UK
360 Picture UK

Ive always watched your dashcam reviews and always said to myself that you would have to approve a cam before i bought one, im looking at the Garmin 55, have you had chance to look at it?

Vor year
karbinunit
karbinunit

Hey there, right at the end of your videos, I hear the noises that were used on the "Six million Dollar Man" intro, can hear hear payers.site/v-video-0CPJ-AbCsT8.html about 2m:10s in, just curious, can you please tell me what that is a sample of? :)

Vor year
yam yam dash cam
yam yam dash cam

could you perhaps do a video about the nextbase event protection on their dash cams , they dont protect 10 seconds previous and 20 seconds after event , infact its a little complicated

Vor year
Cykelsnubben Cykelsnubben
Cykelsnubben Cykelsnubben

Perhaps the gadget "Lametric Time" could be reviewed? See: lametric.com/

Vor year
Techmoan
Techmoan

You can see it on the shelf behind me in most videos. Here’s the review. payers.site/v-video-aEIhc-2vmIM.html

Vor year
Emerje1
Emerje1

As much as you cover odd tape formats I'm surprised you haven't done a video on Pocket Rockers yet. They were sold in the US to kids from '88 to '91 by Fisher-Price. The cassette is likened to a mini 8-track and usually had one or two songs on it. Even though they were selling these to little kids some of the song choices were hilariously inappropriate by today's standards. Songs like The Champs and Los Lobos "Tequila" and several Bon Jovi tracks. The tapes were mono and played in something resembling a Walkman, but they also made a "Deluxe System" you could dock the player onto with two satellite speakers. The other selling point was the tapes had clips you could snap on so the tapes could be worn making them also a fashion accessory. Worth looking into if you can get your hands on a working one (I'm sure you could fix a broken one easily enough). Edit: just checked on your website and saw that you do plan on making a video eventually. i'm looking forward to it!

Vor year
Techmoan
Techmoan

I"ve got a box of them - along with many other formats that I have lined up for future videos when the time is right.

Vor year
David B.
David B.

Hi Techmoan. A failed technology I would love to see you do a review on are the various Quadraphonic LP formats from the 70's, but specifically CD-4 (aka Quadradisc). I learnt of this recently after resurrecting my turntables and LPs and decided to pursue it further. I put the cart-before-the-horse by ordering a Quadradisc album of The Best of The Doors and a JVC 4DD5 CD-4 Disc Demodulator off ebay. I don't have an amp with 4 analog input channels but I can use 2 amps for the moment for the output from the JVC. What's got me stuck is the special "Shibata" needle and cartridge needed to decode the extra channels I'd like the Shure M24H but they're quite expensive now to say the least and not willing to spend that much at the moment. Would love to see what solution you would come up with. Keep up the good work!

Vor year
Destroying Things
Destroying Things

akia quick reverse cassette deck cs-732d, found one for under $80, is it worth my time?

Vor year
megamoosefly
megamoosefly

Hey, love your stuff. Just thought i'd suggest a video where you outline what the purpose of a loudness knob on a hifi receiver is. I've tried to find a good explanation, but I still don't quite get it. Thanks.

Vor year
Iain Gowers
Iain Gowers

found this and thought you may want to see it whf.cm/2y0BKEE

Vor year
Philip Hill
Philip Hill

Hello its a brilliant channel you have, I think a change of name would be better because Techmoan doesn't really explain the content , I especially like the way you give the history of the tech you are reviewing/testing. So keep up the brilliant work and thanks. Any chance of your thoughts on SuperVHS I was really into using SVHS as soon as it came out, I had quite a few different models from different manufacturers ( inc Panasonic ) until I settled on the Sharp VC-S2000 ( I still have it ) which I think was the best of the lot for Super and normal VHS recording

Vor year
jaye stothers
jaye stothers

i love your videos here in New Zealand, i wish you would cover the history of Bowers & Wilkins

Vor year
JustPaul
JustPaul

For the longest time I thought your name was Technoman! Perhaps Techmoan is an intentional anagram of Technoman?

Vor year
FRED LEO
FRED LEO

One of the best vlogs I ever seen in my entire life! Brilliant!

Vor year
Nightcore's nerd room
Nightcore's nerd room

Hey techmoan love you're videos, you should do a video about the 405 line television system in a future video.

Vor year
Samuel Topps
Samuel Topps

you should do some more retro tech videos on video formats such as mini dv and its variations, hi 8 and other smaller tape formats.

Vor year
Andreas Zweifel
Andreas Zweifel

Hello from Zurich, Switzerland! We seem to have similar interests. I really enjoyed watching your videos about old analogue audio recording. They are really great and with a lot of details. I own a Lorenz Recordophone from the 50ies and some Reel-to-Reel-Recorders. Thank you very much for all your work.

Vor year
muja28
muja28

Gday i have got some dash cams only one is working well but i seem to have the same trouble with the rest that is when i plug them in with the usb power cord it comes on and goes to mass storage or pc camera what am i doing wrong ? if i take out the power lead it works and i can get menu and mode and get it tto video ok but if i put the power back in it goes to mass storage ect what am i doing wrong?

Vor year
multiplyx100
multiplyx100

Could you do a review of the Phillips Oneblade, please? I just got one and think it would be a very interesting thing for you to review. And not in the way you probably think I mean.

Vor year
Nick M
Nick M

soumesto.com/product/2k-dash-cam-f-1-8-ddpai-mini-2/ Anyone got this type of dashcam fitted,if so how do you find it? TIA

Vor year
mustardymayo
mustardymayo

Have you thought about reviewing inexpensive Class D mini Amps that are sold on Amazon? Brand names are Fosi, SMSL, Orb, Lepy Etc. Priced between $35 & $100 and having basic inputs up to bluetooth.

Vor year
Techmoan
Techmoan

I’ll look into it, thanks.

Vor year
Cuda FX
Cuda FX

an "Iomega 31311 HipZip Digital Audio Player" might be one oddball for your collection.

Vor year
N ROOD
N ROOD

Techmoan are you on facebook at all?

Vor year
Techmoan
Techmoan

No.

Vor year
Denton
Denton

Hi Techmoan! i was wondering if you've ever heard of a failed music format that Tiger Electronics created in the very late 90s-early 2000s called HitClips? and if so, have you ever thought about making a video on it? it was basically a music format that was marketed primarily to children and pre-teens that came on tiny cards and contained only one minute worth of mono and very low-quality popular songs at the time. (i think you can imagine why the format was very short-lived) here's the Wikipedia page in case you're interested in learning more about it: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HitClips

Vor year
Michał S
Michał S

+Techmoan in case you missed it; Fran Blanche entered your territory! payers.site/v-video-3l1O07Q0chc.html Does this mean war? :)

Vor year
Techmoan
Techmoan

I've watched that the other day, very interesting and I learned a lot.

Vor year
Lorin Petitpierre
Lorin Petitpierre

because of your great videos, I moved my dad's Marantz 6170 turntable from basemant to my living room ! it works like new :) and my friends and family enjoy old LPs :)

Vor year
sonicview123
sonicview123

Hi, I enjoyed your recent review of the Sony cassette boom boxes. I have a suggestion for a future hifi review. The JVC FS-SD770R. This Compact CD Hifi system was released around the millenium and had a blue array with a nifty sliding glass access panel. It came with a remote control and the top end model came with a subwoofer. The sound was pretty good with a wide range. I think it's a design classic and it was previewed in the movies irobot & vanilla sky. Keep up the good work

Vor year
Bruno Mailly
Bruno Mailly

Problem anytime you mention dates, eras or comparative techs : •Older generation's memory fades. •Younger generations would barely have a clue. •Anyone not "in the tech world" at that time could misjudge an be whole tech generations off. Illustrations with timeline + representative techs and popular culture might help. As a general rule, more illustrations (even if just quick whiteboard scribbling) would assist your speech, especially when explaining techy stuff like dynamic range compression. 1 picture = 1000 words. That said, awesome ! You really work on these, and it shows. I don't subscribe much, but this is a no-brainer.

Vor year
Diogo Miguel
Diogo Miguel

Hi Techmoan, big fan here. Have you ever considered trying one of those "less expensive" home planetarium projectors, like the Sega Homestar Classic/Pro models or the AstroEye? There's not a single good review about any of these projectors (that i can find at least) and they seem to be quite a fun thing to play with, that is if they can provide a minimally immersive experience.

Vor year
Richard Sparks
Richard Sparks

Firstly Id like to say I love your channel - Im your #1 Australian fan. I know you do a lot of videos on cams and the like. Im looking for a cam that runs on an inbult battery, that can connect to WIFI at home, and can be viewed remotely where every I am via my smart phone. Im not sure if you have done a video on such a device, but your input would be greatly appreciated.

Vor year
lstar337
lstar337

Hi +Techmoan, A while ago you did a video about Disney bringing back Laserdisc style packaging for some of their Blurays, well I saw a Laserdisc style box for Guardians of the Galaxy 2 in Tesco the other day that included 12" vinyl! I thought it was right up your street. You have probably already seen it, but here is a link anyway: www.tesco.com/direct/guardians-of-the-galaxy-vol-2-big-sleeve-dvd-blu-ray-vinyl-lp/662-0445.prd?source=others

Vor year
Techmoan
Techmoan

I hadn't seem that...so thanks for the link.

Vor year
serinx
serinx

+Techmoan Hi Matt, love the channel as I have collected more then a few crazy formats over the years. I could not find a contact beside the emergency one on the main site. If you take requests or are looking for something new to review. I would love to see a video about the PixelVision b&w handheld, audio cassette based camera. This thing was so cool for the 2-3 weeks we got to play with it as (young teens) back @1987 - en.wikipedia.org/wiki/PXL-2000

Vor year
MrJohndoakes
MrJohndoakes

+Techmoan The format you need to hunt down and discuss is the AVCO Cartrivision which came out in 1972 and was an utter flop (they had a by-mail tape rental system and their un-airconditioned warehouses [!] were in Southern states, which ruined the tapes through baking and humidity) so like with the RCA CED system it wasn't on the market long - around a year - and a lot of the surplus units were picked up by techies who modified them....because you had to buy the player-recorder inside a console TV. Also, they vertically-loaded and had a strip dial showing how much tape was left. The corporation that produced the machines, AVCO, was the same firm that owned Embassy Pictures, and as a movie studio they were so paranoid they made two kinds of tape cartridges (red and black) and the red (rental) cartridges had the studio movies on them and were designed to be unrewindable (!) and had to be rewound on a special machine at the store, which was Sears, Macy's, or Montgomery Ward's if you were in America. Yes, you drove the tapes back to the store you bought the machine from! The black-cased tapes were for sale, and had a number of programs (how-to, classical concerts, US football games, etc.) along with blank cartridges. AVCO made PAL units for Britain, but I've never heard anything about them.

Vor year
MrJohndoakes
MrJohndoakes

Forgot to add that the AVCO Cartrivision cartridges were something like the 3M Cantata 700 tapes, one reel stacked on top of another reel with the tape running diagonally across the head, except everything was sealed and there was a VHS/Beta-style flip-up door on the playing end to keep grime away from the exposed tape. And as an accessory, they had a monochrome home video camera that had an 8-foot cable connecting it to the Cartrivision. Beside the fact that the video quality was lower than Sony U-Matic, what killed Cartrivision was the paranoia of the rental system. They only had 200 movies for rent - you picked out the movies at the department store you bought the player from, they mailed them to you, you watched them, drove them back to the store, they rewound them, and bulk-mailed them back to those crappy warehouses. An utterly doomed system, but that was as far as Hollywood would go in 1972.

Vor year
yereverluvinuncleber
yereverluvinuncleber

Suggestion: a vintage review of the Sharp IQ9000 personal assistant.

Vor year
T Davis
T Davis

Man this site brings me so much joy. I saw a strange voice recorder on an episode of the Twilight Zone last night. The episode is from 1960 and the brief clip features the Professor from Gillian's Island talking into an ultra cool voice recorder. It almost looks like it has a small floppy disc inside. Does anyone have information on this nifty toy? Its hard to hear on the soundtrack, but there is a metronome-like click while the device is recording. payers.site/v-video-5_U2TonT6uA.html

Vor year
Erling Mortensen
Erling Mortensen

I really enjoyed all the videos you made - especially those with strange forgotten formats. Would really love if you could get hold of one of those devices where you could record sound on a magnetic disc. Think they were made in the late 50s.

Vor year
Markus Karlsson
Markus Karlsson

I really liked your document on minidisk system it was a blast from the past. i had one back in the day including a minidisk cd player wich i could copy my music cd minidisk format (sold it recently to a friend thinking of getting it back). i wonder if you could make a similar documentry about early mp3 players unless you already have done that?

Vor year
andrew klosterman
andrew klosterman

Hello there, recently I came across a lot of reel to reel tapes at a yard sale. I bought the whole lot and found some master tapes from a radio station out of Washington DC and some old master tapes from Radio France so, if you would like to borrow them to do a video on I'd be more than willing to send them over. Thanks

Vor year
batterymaker
batterymaker

You're going to have to do a review on a Mohawk Midgetape--very early battery operated cartridge tape player.

Vor year
Rafał Pękała
Rafał Pękała

Hi, I watched your video "Cassettes - better than you don't remember" and I think it's very helpful, thank you. I bought the same deck Sony TC-S1. However the output level of my deck is considerably lower than the output level of other line level devices such as CD player. In my amp I need to set the volume to a half of a scale to have a loud volume from deck while for CD one fourth is enough. Does your deck TC-S1 also have a low output level? Is there a way to fix it?

Vor year
Jussi Salin
Jussi Salin

Greetings. I would love to have you review this Elbow cassette player some time when it gets into mass production, which they have news about now. I'm sceptical about steady tape speed without a capstain and pinch roller, though they have some idea for compensating that with an optical sensor tracking the tape surface. www.elbow.co.nf/img/ELBOW_PRESS.pdf

Vor year
Ron Manacchio
Ron Manacchio

Why wont my vid clips from my K1S dual car camera not storage my clips on my laptop.

Vor year
IceBoxFreez
IceBoxFreez

Guide us about something like Roland MT80. Thank you. :)

Vor year
michael raes
michael raes

Love your vids . Would like to know if you have any idea of what kind of audio was used in Clockwork Orange ? I remember a scene where Alex retires to his room and played some kind of mini-cassette with next to it an for that time weird lookin' turntable ( Michell ? ). Anyways would be great if someone knew.

Vor year
Kelli Halliburton
Kelli Halliburton

What kind of computer is that in the current batch of Muppet videos?

Vor year
Mark Rayson
Mark Rayson

Aha! You got a appearance on LGR, that was good to see :-) payers.site/v-video-lNTi0CxlAbA.html (3m4s in)

Vor year
Meter Bagremovine
Meter Bagremovine

Recently, i have acquired Kenwood PM-80 stereo control monitor. I am 100% sure that it's device from the same model range as the reverbration amp you had on your show before- and it's far more useful (to me, at least). Not only does it connect via speaker output, but it also has multiple speaker splitter in it. And it's no lightweight plastic device like Realistic Audio power meter you had on the show- this one feels reassuringly heavy and almost rock solid (being Kenwood, i think it's no wonder about that). I would never even consider buying it had there not been your channel,; you have deepened my interest in vintage hi-fi. So, to all the fellow Techmoan fans out there- donate to this channel as much as you can.

Vor year
kanata2323
kanata2323

I'm curious have you done or will be doing a video on the history of Betamax? Love the channel!

Vor year
Rizzo Islam
Rizzo Islam

Hi Mat, love these videos, specially your choice of motorcycles, I'm also a fan of the Deauville and have recently purchased an NC750. I was wondering if you had any interest in making a Nespresso Vs. Tassimo video? My wife wants a Nespresso but I think Tassimo is better. Would really like your input on this. Thanks, Rizzo

Vor year
Noelito Angeles
Noelito Angeles

Hi I'm Noel From Philippines May I A Question For may Betamax Movies From Sony Betamax Model SL-5000 Against A VHS Tapes from 1900's is very weird of the video tapes? Thank You!! And More Power Techmoan!!

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Straight shot 80
Straight shot 80

Hello this is james I've been looking for a Lc player, Ican find th Lc tapes no problem just not the player any ideas

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CJC 3636
CJC 3636

Hi, Techmoan! Love the look back at professional playback devices/formats meant for public spaces, like the stacked-reel 3M system. Back in my radio days we had a device called a DigiCart. It sortof replaced the NAB cartridge with disc then HD based Dolby AC_2 encoded audio. The company, 360 Systems, got its start in the late 70s producing the first solid state playback devices for public demonstration in Disney theme parks. I'd love to see you get hold of this system! Just an idea for the future, not that you really need that from me......

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Alan Cole
Alan Cole

I love your videos. You make stuff that should be dull really interesting. Plus I guess like you, I miss a lot of the old tech. I wonder. Way back in the early 70's a friend of mine had portable music player. It was a sort of plastic box with a handle and a slot through which you pushed a 45 rpm disc. Have you ever seen one of these (this was in the UK)?

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Chuck B. Bird
Chuck B. Bird

I'd like to see a video on the VU/peak monitor "The Box" made by Tapetalk or Tabor Audio... good luck finding one though(!) love your work.

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Crazy Scottish Video
Crazy Scottish Video

I was wondering if you wanted a Marantz PMD222N. Just let me know.

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RXP91
RXP91

Hey - really lie your channel. Your reviews are very professional and for some reason I find them incredibly relaxing! I saw that you had a projector screen - have you tried the cheap tab tensioned screens off Amazon? Should improve things nicely and you can get a 92" one so should fit into your space. Electronic pull down with remote means it'll be much easier than what you're used to.

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ncdv47
ncdv47

What generates that beeping retro electronic noise you use at the end of your videos? I've heard it on several old TV programs and films where computers are involved - it's very similar to the noise you hear on the Six Million Dollar Man intro?

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MinutesB4Midnight
MinutesB4Midnight

came across this term today "Eva-tone Soundsheet" its a flexible vinyl record. thought it would spark an intrest

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Ray Murray
Ray Murray

Why TechMOAN? It's not as if you moan about things!

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John Gage
John Gage

I recently brought a budget 4K action camera for £27.99 of Amazon. For the price I thought it was ok. Nothing special. I wondered if its the sort of thing you would review? www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B01IGYDJOA/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o04_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

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neil mason
neil mason

Have you ever done a GoPro versus gopro clones video??? would be interested in seeing one, as Ive just brought a £30 clone from Amazon

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benenglishtx
benenglishtx

+Techmoan Love your thoroughness without boredom. It's tough to find anything longer than 10 minutes on YT that isn't repetitive and boring yet you manage to pull it off quite well. Having softened you up with shameless flattery, I now ask for guidance. I distinctly remember a failed audio-only format that used Beta tapes and was aimed at the audiophile market. I think it was the early 1980s and I think (memory is very unreliable, here) that it was intended as an all-analog response to CDs for convenience while keeping the superior sound of the mature analog designs. Or it could have been all-digital. I honestly don't remember. But I do remember that I was struck by the notion of using up an entire Beta videotape just to hold high-res audio. Have you done a video on this thing and I've just failed to see it? Or did I hallucinate the entire thing?

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45s guy
45s guy

Not too many things lift my day lately like seeing that there is a new Techmoan video. Even the wife and kids sit and watch with me. Keep up the good work.

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