Centre for Computing History

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+6 1. marleymanbob commented 7 years ago

Love this place, as do my kids. I first found it sheltering from a storm but been back many times now. Such a collection :)they also do LAN parties and such like, I would love to have an N64 party personally...Goldeneye!!!
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+5 2. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

Looks really interesting. I wonder if there is a similar place for vintage hifi equipment?
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+5 3. dushan commented 7 years ago

#2 missing warm gramophone sound? the click when needle hits the vinyl? :)
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+5 4. thundersnow commented 7 years ago

Cool place to visit, my kids would love it. I like how the guy passionately presented and "toured" us through the center. Thanks for sharing!
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+4 5. Malakyte commented 7 years ago

This literally means "porn" for gamers (me included!) >:)
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+5 6. Sizzlik (admin) commented 7 years ago

If i would work there..i would have the same constant smile on my face like him :D
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+3 7. Judge-Jake commented 7 years ago

#3 Stop it, stop it I can't bear it ;) Actually I still have the warm gramophone along with it's sound and the 5db muting switch on my CA610 amp completely removes the click as the damped tone arm lowering device gently places my V15 type 111 cartridge into the crazy groove of my Keith Jarret jazz albums and that incredible sound bursts forth from my Kef 104 speaker. Dvd's Mps's stick um up your ass >:)
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+3 8. dushan commented 7 years ago

#7 yeps, i can't find a needle for my old sony :(
i have old queen and stones albums i didn't listen for years
and i really think gramophone sound ( with little click and noises ) is warmer and nicer than any sound cd/mp3/flac can produce
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0 9. thundersnow commented 5 years ago

Blue eyes and red beard = <3