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+1 for the Hunt EDA - and everything about getting one.
Pink noise definitely sounds "better/more natural" - if it contains frequencies below and above the 20-20 kHz range.   Experience - from test records HFS-75 http://www.discogs.com/No-Artist-Stereo-Test-Record/release/1160030   and HFS-81 http://www.discogs.com/No-Artist-Stereo-Test-Record/release/1034219   HFS-75 has MUCH broader frequency range than HFS-81 ( I will have to make a 192/24 recording of both to know exactly by how much, spectrum analyzer etc ) - and is...
Joining in for the possible European tour : (the demo in Munich was GREAT !!!)   Head-Fi Username : analogsurviver Location (City, Country) : Ljubljana Sentvid, Slovenia RHA Products Previously Used: none Source Gear : Korg MR-1, Korg MR-1000, Meier DIY Portable Amp w/crossfeed, ifi Audio iDSD nano, ifi Audio iDSD micro
Very simple. Get a good vintage table. But we've been trough that before - Malaysia is no USA or Germany as far as availability/choice - and shipping the table across the globe usually will be a deal breaker at this price point.
Argentina ? http://www.vinylengine.com/turntable_forum/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=55965&start=14
I did not see your post before - or else I would have suggested the same as Skylab.   Perhaps time to replace the belt with a fresh one. Rubber ages - and some TTs require belt change every 6 months in order to sound their best.
Europe  ?
I would ADORE if the Tandberg TD20 A would  at me ... - one of the very best R2Rs ever made.
That Missa Criolla recording has been made in - ahem - ANYTHING but a whitewashed Argentinian chapel. It was studio cramped to the max of max of max. As the textbooks are fond of saying, finding the pics of the recording session is left as an exercise to the reader . Regardless, the recording is GREAT - and it is a shame it never made it to the TAS list. If it does not give you chills, goosebumps and/or chicken skin - check if you are still alive. Highly recommended record !
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