This is the least expensive tuner in the range, available with or without the triode valve output stage, however with its three-stage analogue tuning head it still outshines the competition.
In 2006 HiFi Choice gave the MD-90 its Gold Award
Digital radio has a lot going for it: variety, ease of use ... but on pure sound quality grounds, you still can't beat a good FM tuner and a suitable rooftop 'twig'. If you're serious about your radio, the all-analogue tuners from Canadian FM radio specialist Magnum Dynalab are in a different league. The MD-90T is the entry-level model and it sounds breathtaking -- only MD's more upmarket tuners deliver more.
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£999 – 1,450 (triode)