- published: 22 Apr 2016
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Beatport: http://btprt.dj/26jiuO0 iTunes: http://apple.co/21Dai7U FB: facebook.com/getphysicalpage Francesco Tristano really needs no introduction lately, his music speaks volumes and his reputation precedes him; with that said we are happy to share ‘Place On Lafayette’ with you once again, this time including some stunning remixes. The first one is a collaboration between two highly respected artists: Thomas Gandey and Radio Slave. The two take the track further into tech-house territory with the percussion driving while multiple layers begin the fall into one another, achieving a beautifully elegant and jazzy end result. Guti’s vision is much deeper, with hints of dub here and there as the artists drives the tension up and creates a stunning groove. The final remix come from Tuff City K...
LAFAYETTE 1200FM, is a very nice looking vintage 120 channels, allmode CB-radio. Includes the famous PTBM059COX-print by CYBERNET. Manufactured in the early 80ies. alot of other CB-radios used the nice CYBERNET board. Soundtrack "END TITLE" by HYPNOSIS.
I'm testing the LAFAYETTE LM-300. Incl. two channel selectors, two LED channel displays and two PLL02A synthesizers. So incl. a 40 channel monitoring system and monitors one channel while you talk on another channel. Incl. a fine RF and SWR Meter. Manufactured in the february 1978 by CYBERNET. (PTBM091COX)
The famous SWISS GAMOND LAFAYETTE AFS-645, de luxe CB-HAM Radio, manufactured by CYBERNET. Incl. 160 channels (4x40CH) AM/FM/SSB -up to 28.305- or 28.755MHz by Xtal Change. The PTBM125A4X-Board Chassis is typical in this radio. Some similar radios are manufactured: WESTLAND 707, COLT 1200, Pacific 160, LMS-200 etc. Big pictureshow and presentation after the video. Soundtrack "Playback Fantasy" by O'GAR
Utalpo: (YT archief voor) Utrechtse Alternatieve Popmuziek. Impressie van het International Cajun & Zydeco Festival in Raamsdonksveer 2008. Reunie optreden van Louisiana Radio. One of the best New Orleans Cajun & Zydecobands in Holland, Y'all.
So, is this the radio to knock the so far un-released Albrecht AE6490 from the shelves? Well they look the same apart from some extra buttons on the Lafayette and on the inside the differences are there. Heatsink for AM along the side of the Lafayette, missing on the Albrecht and the component just lay on the board. SURE, not needed in legal mode! The speaker is less sharp and more full bodied on the Lafayette also. A different speaker? Or better / more components on the Trucker? Audio from the supplied mike stronger on the Trucker also and a little less strong but maybe more refined on the Albrecht. Export channels on both are there, a rumoured 23.8mhz upwards like the Maycom. Hmm same place involved maybe? 5 memory channels, roger "pmr bleep" and the rest you see on the video.... Hmmm th...
Demonstrating a 1965 reel-to-reel tape recorder from Lafayette Radio. Lafayette was a major player in USA consumer electronics for much of the 20th century. In the 1960's and 70's they had over 100 retail outlets and ran a major mail-order business before fading away in the late 70's. Think you've seen this video before? Keep reading... A version of this video was up for about 48 hours a week or two ago. Only a few people saw it (10). In that version I used short audio pieces from a couple of "name" artist's music that didn't go over well from a copyright standpoint and the video was being blocked in places. There were some things about the video I hadn't been satisfied with: the lighting, making some silly mistakes and forgetting to demonstrate several things. I decided to just delete th...
Cool old radio