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New member here!

 

Thought I'd contribute...

 

Pioneer PL-707

 

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Shure M97xE

 

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Edited by palmfish - 7/9/11 at 9:13pm
post #107 of 3648

Nice cart. beerchug.gif
 

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New member here!

 

Thought I'd contribute...

 

 

M97.jpg



 


Edited by Borgbox - 7/9/11 at 9:17pm
post #108 of 3648

^ Fantastic LP that Whipped Cream & Other Delights.

post #109 of 3648

 

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Pro-Ject Xperience Classic Olivewood with Sumiko Blue Point No. 2 cartridge and Bren1 record clamp

 

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This is such a nice looking deck that I had to bump it to the next page.

 


Edited by grokit - 7/9/11 at 9:22pm
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Clayton, my man, you have good taste.

post #111 of 3648

Quote:Originally Posted by Skylab 

"Ross, Pink Floyd was MADE to be played on Vinyl"


Speaking of which, I wonder how the new remasters will turn out? Seriously though if/when I can set aside the sizable budget to go analog I really want the Scout or Scout II. My problem will be matching the cart and phono pre with it as I fall on the more analytic than musical side of preferences.

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^ Fantastic LP that Whipped Cream & Other Delights.



I agree! My dad had it when I was growing up and I used to play it all the time. This one is a new 180 gram remaster.

 

That carbon fiber tonearm of yours would look good over it...


Edited by palmfish - 7/9/11 at 10:50pm
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This is such a nice looking deck that I had to bump it to the next page.

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Clayton, my man, you have good taste.

 

Thanks to all. And a wallet that's about to create mutiny.

 

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Originally Posted by palmfish View Post
I agree! My dad had it when I was growing up and I used to play it all the time. This one is a new 180 gram remaster.

That carbon fiber tonearm of yours would look good over it...


I've only heard the original LP. It's not in the best shape but sounds better than the CD. I should pick up that 180-gram remaster. Brass instruments sound the best on vinyl. It's as if The Tijuana Brass was actually in the room with me.

 


Edited by Clayton SF - 7/10/11 at 6:34am
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Brand new, and I'm loving it! VPI Scout II with a Grado Sonata Reference cartridge.

Sweetness!

 

Being a Sonata owner myself, I'm curious what phono stage you've paired it with?
 

 

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Sweetness!

 

Being a Sonata owner myself, I'm curious what phono stage you've paired it with?
 

 


An NAD PP-2i. Nothing fancy, but it definitely gets the job done. What are your experiences with phono stages and this cartridge?

 

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This is a great thread. I can't believe I just saw it today for the first time. I have a VPI too but need to get some pictures up to the quality of this thread.


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post #117 of 3648

^ Holy S!

It looks like a secret weapon.

Does this thing fly and evade radar signals?

Beautiful...

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I've had mine for many years, in fact I just looked at the receipt and it says 8/27/98, and I got it for $331!  I think the guy rang me up for a Prestige.  

 

Back then while I was in college I paired it with an Anthem Integrated 1, the baby Sonic Frontiers company.  I used it with speakers.  Then I borrowed a Sonic Frontiers phono amp and that set the standard.  Then I went to a Rega Brio integrated, and just listened to the music instead of worrying about equipment.  The Brio powered B&W 302 speakers and I was loving it.

 

Now, I'm considering a PS Audio GCPH.  I keep reading it's great, and great for the money, and the next step up is considerably more money.

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^ Holy S!



Seriously!  

 

Wow.  Nice!

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Seriously!  

 

Wow.  Nice!

 

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Originally Posted by Clayton SF View Post

^ Holy S!

It looks like a secret weapon.

Does this thing fly and evade radar signals?

Beautiful...


Thank you for the compliment and it does sound great as well.  I thank AudioGon for bringing the entire country to your doorstep. bigsmile_face.gif

 

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