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VPI HRX Rim Drive

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Very nice turntable if I do say so.

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Music Hall MMF 7.1

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Gyro-SE JA Michell/SME309 with Ortofon Jubliee cartridge.

BAT Pre-amp

 

 

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My main analog source:

 

Technics SP-25 turntable

Technics SH-15B1 plinth

Technics EPA-500 tonearm

Audio Technica AT-OC9ML/II cartridge

Isonoe feet

KAB PS-1200 power supply.

 

In 1979 the turntable/arm/plinth cost $1306

http://www.vintagetechnics.info/

 

Adjusted for inflation, that's $3927

http://data.bls.gov/cgi-bin/cpicalc.pl

 

The power supply, feet and cartridge cost a total of $974.


Edited by VIrak - 10/11/10 at 2:11pm
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Still using the VPI Superscoutmaster signature  w/upgraded platter.

Have upgraded around it though.Have converted the junction box to the balanced version, and added a  BAT VK-P10 phonostage and BAT REX preamp.

Also have a Koetsu Rosewood Signature Platinum on the way to compare with the Dynavector XX2 MKII that has been in use for over two years.

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BAT certainly make great sounding audio gear, TOM is your P10 an SE model upgrade.

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BAT certainly make great sounding audio gear, TOM is your P10 an SE model upgrade.



Know, but I had one a couple years ago. Cant really form an opinion about which i like more since the systems are so different.  Might have mine upgraded at some point but right now I'm very happy with the way things are.

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Table - Pro-ject RPM 6.1 SB

MC Cart - Sumiko BP Special EVO iii

Phono stage - PS Audio GCPH

 

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Nice set-up; Nothing better than spinning Blue Note on Vinyl! 

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Basis 2200, Graham Phantom 2, Dynavector XV1S
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btf1980, great HT/Audio setup,

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You have two AQ carbon fiber brushes....tell me more.

 

So is this a DD table? I don't see a belt?

 

DC

 


 

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Table - Pro-ject RPM 6.1 SB

MC Cart - Sumiko BP Special EVO iii

Phono stage - PS Audio GCPH

 

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btf1980, great HT/Audio setup,


Thanks. Currently revamping the system as we speak. Going strictly 2 channel.

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You have two AQ carbon fiber brushes....tell me more.

 

So is this a DD table? I don't see a belt?

 

DC

 


 


 


It's belt driven. The belt is concealed by the platter. The platter goes over the belt, so you won't see it.

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