Radio Tuner.

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I had been wanting a simple tuner to attach to my sound system rather than buy a total radio cum CD player that is all that is available in the market.  I had been asking around many big retailers and music dealers with no success till I remembered “Ghar Ki Murgi Daal Barabar.”

(घर की मुर्गी दाल बराबर – Translated straight, a hen in the yard is equal to lentils. Meaning : Self possessions are always undermined and other’s possessions seem better.

My friend Ramesh comes from a family of merchants who have specialised in music systems starting from pre war days with Grundig radios that used to be imported into India. Ramesh’s nephew Ajit, now runs a flourishing business in the center of Lamington Road in Mumbai.

When I remembered my murgi Ramesh’s background, I simply rang him up to seek help. He put me in touch with his nephew Ajit and before I know what happened, Ajit handed over a tuner with a remote control device to Ramesh who had gone to Mumbai for a visit and it is now functioning well as a stand alone sound system next to where I sit and read my newspapers and solve crossword puzzles.

This unit is not only a tuner, it can accommodate a pen-drive storage device as well as an USB port for connecting to the computer. All in all a much more versatile unit than what I had wanted.

Moral of the story, survey existing resources thoroughly before looking for new solutions.

6 thoughts on “Radio Tuner.”

  1. Because of the popularity of iPods, iPhones & the like there are many similar items available these days. I long ago ceased to be amazed – LOL. Glad you found something suitable.

    1. Ramesh is one of my treausres. He is yet to fail me whenever I had asked for any help. I am blessed with other friends and members of the family too who come to my rescue at need.

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