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1000

 

1000

 

Finally up and running with my analogue stuff. Got a great deal on it, and it sounds good to me. 

 

You guys should be able to recognize the vinyl. ;)

 

No clue, but clue me in. I just started to look at record clamps. What can you share about your experience with this one?

post #9617 of 18746
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No clue, but clue me in. I just started to look at record clamps. What can you share about your experience with this one?

Tool - Lateralus. Most VPI tables include clamps. This is stock.

I honestly prefer weights. If you have a high torque table I'd get a weight rather than a low mass clamp.
post #9618 of 18746
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Originally Posted by Silent One View Post

No clue, but clue me in. I just started to look at record clamps. What can you share about your experience with this one?

Tool - Lateralus. Most VPI tables include clamps. This is stock.

I honestly prefer weights. If you have a high torque table I'd get a weight rather than a low mass clamp.

 

Thanks. Will have to see if it's high torque or not. If so, would the weight be placed on the perimeter of the table?

post #9619 of 18746

The ring weights are honestly better, but absurdly expensive most of the time. 

 

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Thanks. Will have to see if it's high torque or not. If so, would the weight be placed on the perimeter of the table?

post #9620 of 18746

700

here is the full Gil Scott-Heron liner note on how to listen to an album

post #9621 of 18746
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Originally Posted by Massacare View Post

New stuff (old stuff actually rolleyes.gif).
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How do the 650's sound with that amp?

post #9622 of 18746
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That's what I thought but no wooden splitter...

 

*shrug* maybe it's just different from their current offerings? or one of their earlier ones? The wires are in a teflon sleeving as well, rather than fabric. It's got their branding on it. Still a gorgeous cable in any event.

post #9623 of 18746

Been switching between my Hifimans and speakers lately.

 

 

Very best,

post #9624 of 18746

lol wtf

post #9625 of 18746
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Been switching between my Hifimans and speakers lately.

 

 

Very best,

That is a lot of speakers..

post #9626 of 18746

THAT LOOKS LOUD! lol.

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Nobody likes my pictures?frown.gif


Your pictures are great but your haircut is better!wink_face.gif

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Your pictures are great but your haircut is better!wink_face.gif

Haha, thanks. I should've done my hair for Head-Fi! I was uploading the pictures on this and I said to myself,"And this is how I represent my self to Head-Fi? Shame on me."tongue.gif

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Been switching between my Hifimans and speakers lately.



Very best,

Wicked 7.2 system Malveaux smily_headphones1.gif but why not set it up in surround?
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Wicked 7.2 system Malveaux smily_headphones1.gif but why not set it up in surround?

 

It is usually sphered around in a surround setup, I just wanted to have a little crescent shaped extended stereo moment for fun.

 

Very best,

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