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I found Grundig Party Center 2000

Discussion in 'I found this!' started by Cristyx, Oct 3, 2017.

  1. Cristyx

    Cristyx New Member

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    And the owner wants a change with my rx-dt680, it worth? Wich one sounds better?
     

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  2. samovar

    samovar Active Member

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    I believe it's a fair exchange, they're both excellent 3-piecers. As for which box is better, it all boils down to personal taste, features wanted, and the technical & cosmetic conditions of the units.

    According to my experience, the Party Center 2000 is better in terms of quality of sound: it's Hi-Fi, it's loud and has gorgeous dynamic bass. But the Panasonic sounds fantastic too & it's possibly even louder. It has the late 80s-early 90s elegance, whereas the Grunding the late 70s/early 80s typical aluminium & chrome finishes. The Panasonic has a lot of extras including a CD (but not a line-in); the Grundig has no CD but it's endowed with a line-in.

    So now you know more, but you're still on your own... ;)
     
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  3. Reli

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    Nice, does it all work? The tape deck gear often breaks.

    The Panasonic has warmer bass at low volumes IMO
     
  4. Cristyx

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    The tape deck it doesn't work. But i don't listen cassettes.

    The Panasonic sounds great, and i think the Grundig wouldn't convince me.

    L.E.: has the Grundig better bass then the Panny?
     
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