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post #16 of 256
I am working on buying one if I can get the stars to align just right.
post #17 of 256
Rega P25 with Rega Exact.

A lot less highend but equally esential Rega Planar 78 with Rega RB78
post #18 of 256
linn lp-12 here....
post #19 of 256
Another LP12 here.
post #20 of 256
another one

Telefunken M15A (tape)

to be specific about the EMT

EMT 9 950 347
post #21 of 256
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I am working on buying one if I can get the stars to align just right.
The stars aligned briefly tonight and I will be taking delivery of a VPI HRX with the RIM drive and Super Platter and Benz-Micro Ruby 3H in a week or so. I didn't start out looking to upgrade this much but came across a deal I couldn't pass on.
post #22 of 256
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The stars aligned briefly tonight and I will be taking delivery of a VPI HRX with the RIM drive and Super Platter and Benz-Micro Ruby 3H in a week or so. I didn't start out looking to upgrade this much but came across a deal I couldn't pass on.
Damn I guess ! NICE

To any and all- I will certainly account for inflation etc, when it comes to vintage TTs . So while your Garrards , Thorens , Rek-O-Kuts and so on cost relatively little "back then" , I very much consider them High-End.

And lets not forget the BIG Japanese DDs.

Post away and I will do my best to keep the thread updated.
post #23 of 256
Team BIG Japanese DD!!!!

There is something about the combination of a big Japanese DD plus a low-output moving coil cartridge that is just SPECIAL.
post #24 of 256
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I had a feeling when I wrote that down that there would be a comment like that.

Can you ever go wrong with BIG Japanese DDs....I don't think so.
post #25 of 256
big japan DD's.
yes, always wanted to listen to the Denon DP-100.
an answer to the EMT 950
but will it be better than the mighty EMT 950 BBC?
post #26 of 256
Pro-Ject RM-10
Sumiko Blackbird and Blue Point Special EVO III
Speed Box SE II
Bel Canto Phono3

Sort of "value high-end", perhaps.
post #27 of 256
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The stars aligned briefly tonight and I will be taking delivery of a VPI HRX with the RIM drive and Super Platter and Benz-Micro Ruby 3H in a week or so. I didn't start out looking to upgrade this much but came across a deal I couldn't pass on.
The table came in last evening. I wasn't home and my wife was a little overwhelmed by the number and size of the boxes. I had to order a special shelf since my current shelf wasn't wide enough but it's not due in for a couple of weeks.

post #28 of 256
@AA: Congrats! That's an investment in analog; did you buy the one on AudiogoN for $7k? -Tim
post #29 of 256
I did buy it off Audiogon. However, this one was brand new, never out of the box with the Rim Drive and Super Platter.

Now I have to watch Michael Fremer's DVD several times to be sure I get it set up correctly to maximize its potential.
post #30 of 256
Wow that is one serious turntable! Nice.
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