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    http://www.techmoan.com

    I've been watching this guy's videos of late, he has a natural, slightly awkward and likeable charm that comes through on his videos. There is a little bit related to gaming here and there, a lot of obscure vintage hifi and video stuff mixed with kitchen gadgets, cameras of all sorts and home cinema that's very interesting.

    He reviews well too, very even handed I would say.

    He must have a massive garage.

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    This one should initiate anyone who's uninitiated:


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    I have been watching his videos for a while, but usually just the ones about old electronics. I think i ran into his videos while researching something I had bought. I like to buy weird a/v electronics myself.
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    I totally love this channel. Glad I'm not the only one. Very relaxed and well-researched.

    Retro Tech Select - YouTube channel covering throwback consumer electronics with a focus on "vid'ya games."
    Newest Video: Razor Sharp! HD Retrovision PS1 Component Adapter

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    One of my favorite channels especially with the all obscure formats he covers. If I lived in the U.K I would totally lend him my Laseractive so he can do a video on it.

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