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In such cases, almost always visit to vinylengine  will provide user and service manuals - but for the PL 514, it is unfortunately only user manual available: http://www.vinylengine.com/library/pioneer/pl-514.shtml From that very same link :  Submitted by mattygVery pleasantly surprised by the PL-514. One of the quietest, rumble free non-suspended belt drive tables I have come across and a very good budget table. Thanks to Vinyl Engine for the manual, it was a big help in...
Hehe - this is the SECOND time IN A DAY - B.B.King is being mentioned to me as having the upper hand on a song - the other one was Never Make Your Move Too Soon http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WYlzUY_p-JE vs my selection http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CZGqg6CiW5g .  I first heard the Thelma's attempt - and therefore it is the original for ME. I find it the most musically satisfying song on the entire album that is "heavily infseted with technically superiour sound". I do...
Sorry, not particularly familiar with VPI. I will be doing installation of ??? (upper/towards TOTL ) VPI model for the distributor in our country "shortly" - and will report my impressions then.
Actually, I will be using this vid for opening a can of analog worms in the future - but let's first appreciate what  is good in it :    
THAT is a very generous offer. No idea what RS could have been stocking in those days, I will shoot just the general question : anything from Matsu****a/Technics ?
Currently eargasming listening to a pristinely preserved vinyl copy of the first album by the Miladojka Youneed http://sl.wikipedia.org/wiki/Miladojka_Youneed   http://www.discogs.com/Miladojka-Youneed-Ghastly-Beyond-Belief/release/2306944   ( Warning : the title of the album hints very well to to the contents, ghastly images included - NOT for the faint at heart ... )   For one of the most alternative albums among most alternative bands in (ex)existance the...
No problem - I just wanted to remind anybody about the most important property of any loudspeaker - interface with the room.Some more DIM ( Drooling Inducing Material ): http://www.audiokarma.org/forums/showthread.php?t=391092 For a small office, I would just dispense with the subwoofers... ESL 57 is not power hungry, in fact one has to be careful not to overvoltage it with too powerful an amp when reproducing high dynamic range material. But it definitely is showing what...
Quad ESL 57 is the only loudspeaker to challenge and actually match/beat the Beveridge in the midrange - and yes, it falls short in the areas you described so well. I would try to match it with NON BOX subwoofer - dipole of some sort.  Depending on size of your room ( and piggybank... ) that can range from some small DIY job up to Carver Amazing Loudspeaker - used as subwoofer only... Gradient of Norway Finland ( used to ? ) produce dipole SWs intended specifcally for the...
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