I'm sure RMC Cave is already pretty popular with everyone: https://www.youtube.com/@RMCRetro
It's my absolute favorite channel since the early days with the trash to treasure episodes being the top ones for me, the DIY episodes for the latest cave were also such a pleasure to watch. There's also a podcast that has much less subscribers for some reason that features Neil from RMC Cave which is a weekly pleasure: https://www.youtube.com/@ThisWeekinRetro
And the mill in which the Cave is based in has expanded its retro museum offer with a new Arcade, channel here, there's an incredible video about a collection that features some truly ultra rare Sega stuff: https://www.youtube.com/@TheArcadeArchive
This channel is becoming one of my favorites too, adequately paced diagnostics and repair of retro PCs, very well edited and you don't even notice time going by, I think it will grow considerably: https://www.youtube.com/@miketech1024
The most insane collection of retro I've ever seen in a video: https://www.youtube.com/@RETROHardware
I enjoyed the Sharp x68000 videos from this channel, he's not very natural on camera but I enjoyed it: https://www.youtube.com/@retrobitstv
Not retro electronics dedicated, but it's a channel of B-Roll from news stations that contains ample footage from different decades in the most mundane settings, lots of computer stores of the time, electronics isles, etc., it's basically the closest thing to a time machine: https://www.youtube.com/@vampirerobot
TheMobRules wrote on 2023-05-27, 18:26:
https://www.youtube.com/@RetroSpector78 - this channel is great, and I believe RetroSpector himself has posted quite a few times on this forum. However, no new content has been posted in almost a year after a somewhat strange video about a Voodoo 5 scam, it's as if he suddenly vanished.
And also: https://www.youtube.com/@AncientElectronics should have way more viewers, no fancy editing but I really like the deep dives into older machines.
Such a shame about RetroSpector78, the last video was really strange indeed. I enjoyed his videos a lot. I'd say TechTangents is the most complete that I've seen, either in terms of knowledge and in terms of the huge scope of things he tries to do, he's very creative and practical in his solutions too