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Minya that was hillarious.. It made me want to slit my wrists ova & ova & ova
I think it would depend from player to player... most drive mechanisms will last for well over 10,000 hours, I think MTF is like 50,000 for a typical player (like, over 5 years of continuous use). By the time it wears out, you'll have wanted to upgrade to another one anyway if you're a person that goes on here at all!
My fill of SR-125 has left me hungry for RS-1's... but only after I build my RA-1 clone.
man, that kid is going to get his _ss rebooted all through school...
Great! Glad to hear you're enjoying it.. the NAD stuff is nice...
Out Hud - STREET DAD Ok, so again, I only had the MP3 to compare to this LP. Somehow I think the high frequencies are rolled off, but they are at least very tame. Upon first removing it from it's sleave, I saw all these light scuffs all over the vinyl. Luckily, these are pretty much inaudible and just surface. The bass on it is not as tight as the MP3 samples I had heard (again @ 192k). Warpage is fairly low, and it's about a regular 150g pressing. Surface...
In the entry level, some of the nice ones on the used market: Musical Fidelity X-DAC Monarchy 18B MSB Link Dac III Adcom GDA-600 All of these can be had for around $200... I've got the Adcom and am happy with it overall... but I really think digital technology has come a long way since '94. The level of detail retrieval and soundstage width isn't up to what I hear in my analog system.
The only place you should be plugging your computer in is the CD / AUX in puts - which will allow you to use the volume controls on the amp itself. You should not get any sound the following way: PC -> Main In on NAD -> Pre Out on NAD to the only input available on the Sony, Game -> Speakers ^^^ Because the only logical flow for the signal is: PC --> Input (CD/AUX/TAPE, etc) --> PRE-OUT --> MAIN-IN --> SPEAKERS If you only have it connected like so: PC -->...
Quote: Originally posted by reeseboisse That's actually what I'm doing. I have my PC connected to the Main In input, and my headphones connected to the headphone jack in front. ... Now, unfortunately, I can't read the labels on the back panel from pictures of this 7130 on eBay , but I believe the jumpers are running from PRE-OUT ---> MAIN IN, over there just to the left of the speaker terminals, right? I think the MAIN IN is to feed signal to...
Dispite the fact that anyone will look like an uberdork wearing them, and that my sources aren't up to par with them, and I don't have an amp that could drive them properly, I am tempted everytime someone talks about them - because it sounds exactly like what I'm looking for. So... for a while until I can accomodate them in my life, they will be like that girl that could be my soulmate but I never asked to dance.
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