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Old 07-13-2019, 07:44 PM
damacman damacman is offline
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Many interesting tidbits here about the MR87. I had also (mistakenly) assumed it was simply an MR88 without XM and Sirius - neither desirable to me anyway.

Of all the Mc tuners I've owned, the MR71 remains my favorite, followed closely by the MR77. Of course I've not owned an MR78 or MR80. The MR75 sitting next to me is actually a pretty decent sounding tuner as well, but it's outclassed by both other tuners I own in sensitivity and selectivity.

Sounds like an MR87 should be on my radar as well.
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