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 Sorry to hear about your troubles with the Enyo cable.  My Lune cable is still holding up strong, which I did not expect since the wires at the Y split are exposed. I do baby the cable and make sure not to zip it up in my jacket and to roll it up when not in use.  I actually purchased another IEM cable from HPL Audio by Chris_Himself and was really disappointed. The sleeving HPL uses creates harsh microphonics so you can hear it rubbing against EVERYTHING. My Lune cable...
WOW, thanks for the detailed investigation, jackinnj! I'm sad that Pangea Audio hasn't addressed this issue yet.
Thanks for your impressions, Melon. Pretty much goes in line with my experience with the cable. I'm still using it every day on my commute to work and it's still performing great! Still, I baby the cable as they're so thin and fragile. 
It's not that surprising that you're not necessarily liking the new sound. It takes a while to get used to a change in your audio chain as you've become so comfortable with what you've been listening to. Give it some time to get used to the sound then go back to the stock cable and see if you still think the stock one sounds better.
Thanks for the detailed insight into the P-100. I knew it was too good to be true to have a $100 PSU be so "good." It was so hyped up by everyone, especially Audio Advisor, and I fell for it. 
You should be fine. Just make sure the cantilever and suspension are still fine. If it's sagging or loose, you may want to replace the stylus. Get a jewelers loupe at least and see if the tip is OK. I've had something similar happen to me but the stylus was just fine. :)
  I've had a Grado Black and Gold1 on my Technics without any hum. I've heard the same thing from other Technics owners about the Grado hum but take it with a grain of salt as I've never experienced such an issue. My Pioneer SX-850's phono stage is on the fritz so I haven't been able to compare it to my V-LPS but others seem to like the phono stages from their vintage integrated amps and receivers. 
Came across this ad for a Pioneer SX-950 on Craigslist today:   Those blue LEDs are awful... 
Perhaps invest in a new cart like a Shure M97xe or a Grado Black. Also, you should probably upgrade your phono stage. Look at the Musical Fidelity V-LPS II. I have the first generation V-LPS and it's great. Wish I had a phono stage with variable loading but that's going to be much more expensive.
  Nice! That's some crazy isolation platform. Who makes that?
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