Make your own records to a higher standard than Neil Young and Jack White with Le Discographe vinyl cutting lathe by Le Dauphin (1930- 1948).
This beast is Mullard TY5-3000 transmitter valve from www.valve-museum.org
More typical of Audiojumble fare is this stack 'em high sell 'em at very reasonable prices approach.
You don't see many of these John Shearne monoblocks from the late nineties in this condition.
A brace of Luxman, an L-5, 60W integrated for £150 and on top a 38W, L-31 for £180.
Townshend Excalibur MkII arm for the Rock turntable, £425
Old old stock triodes "with original packaging".
A Pink Triangle DaCapo DAC complete with HDCD decoding.
US made Fada wireless in Catalin, a refinement of Bakolite. These go for even bigger money online.
Chrome bumper Naim. NAC 42 top and NAC 42.5 with MC phono stage below.
Mmmmmmm orange. Portable 7inch record players at £45 a pop.
The tape dem included Nagras through the ages, Jonathan Billington's QUAD 606 and LS3/5As and a rather special Sony (below). The Nagra D (second from left) was used by Ivan Sharrock to make location recordings on the English Patient and Gangs of New York.
Sony APR-5000, last of the analogue Sony recorders built in 88/89 for mastering and converted for half inch tape. Calibration is via software accessible behind the flap at the front.
Sony valve recording amplifier converted into a preamplifier.
Rega Kyte standmounts for a mere £45
It wouldn't be an Audiojumble without at least one Thorens TD124 Mk2, on offer for £550.
Another perenial is the Leak Stereo 20, a remarkable amplifier. The lower one was £250 and the lovely gold example £480.
Marantz sold an awful lot of CD players back in the day, but who wants them now?
Linn Keilidh left £175 and Rega R5 £185.
1937 Telefunken vinyl mastering cutter, complete with playback arm at rear and the same motor that Neumann modified for use in its lathes.
Rewired mystery arm from back in the low compliance cartridge day.