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rodman

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Post Fri Oct 24, 2003 10:09 am

carver tuner

I need a schematic for an old tuner but I can't find a model # any where :-s
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DaveS

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Post Fri Oct 24, 2003 6:31 pm

If you can post a picture of it and maybe someone will recognize it
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rodman

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Post Mon Oct 27, 2003 3:31 pm

tuner

I found the model it is a mxr 130 but i still need schematic
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DaveS

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Post Mon Oct 27, 2003 5:13 pm

FIRST is it a Carver tuner? I don`t see that techman777 has what you are looking for. Try calling Carver Service at 360 862 1742 they may have it, I know they have a lot of owner`s/service manuals and schematics for sale. If it`s another make go to techman777`s website and check it out Look in the memberlist to find it.
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Charles Alexander

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Post Thu Dec 11, 2003 2:10 pm

Try servicemanuals.com. The MXR-130 is the original Carver Receiver.
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George

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Post Fri Dec 12, 2003 11:07 pm

This MXR designator has picqued my curiousity. Would MXR possibly stand for Military EXchange Receiver? I know that Cerwin-Vega sold the exact same speakers under different names. MX was the designator for their models sold in military exchanges (MX-400, MX-250), and they APPEARED to be the exact same speakers as some of the "D" series NOT sold in exchanges (I thought they all sucked, and pretty much feel that C-V is a kid speaker manufacturer, along with Klipsch and a couple others).

I was employed demonstrating Carver and Cerwin-Vega products in the military exchanges for awhile back in the early 90's. By that time the TFM series of amps, and the HR series of receivers was what the exchanges were handling. When I bought my first Carver product from the exchange in 1988 or so, it was the Carver Receiver 150. Anybody understand what I'm getting at?
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m1.5tman

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Post Sat Feb 21, 2004 4:55 am

Nope

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