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post #121 of 3700
That is a beautiful deck Steve. Very nice. We both have the same cartridge but you have the much nicer TT.
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Originally Posted by Skylab View Post

That is a beautiful deck Steve. Very nice. We both have the same cartridge but you have the much nicer TT.



Thank you.  The cartridge is fantastic.  I am sure it sound just as great on your table.

 

Since I picked the table up off AudioGon, I got a used Benz Ruby with the table.  Constantly had the table cutting out.  thought it was more in the arm and sent the arm back to VPI and they rewired it but it didn't solve the issue.  I decided to upgrade to the LPS and haven't looked back.  I really enjoy this cartridge.

 

 

 

post #123 of 3700

Those were a couple of fantastic looking turntables.

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Edited by CrazyRay - 7/11/11 at 12:50pm
post #125 of 3700
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Originally Posted by CrazyRay 

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Is that a Bang & Olufsen Beogram on the bottom shelf? biggrin.gif

 

post #126 of 3700

Gyrodecks are so mesmerizing to watch spin.


Edited by Eee Pee - 7/11/11 at 2:34pm
post #127 of 3700

Yes it is calipilot227,

1) J.A.Mitchell GyroDec, SME 309 tonearm w/ Mark Levinson Carnegie One phono cartridge,

2) Empire 698 turntable with a Shure V15 Type 4 cartridge.

3) Bang & Olufsen RX2 turntable with
MMC4 cartridge


Edited by CrazyRay - 7/11/11 at 1:42pm
post #128 of 3700

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post #129 of 3700

That last deck looks familiar!

 

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post #130 of 3700

Yeah, it was in A Clockwork Orange, IMO the transcriptors is a cheap POS, the MARK II (available now!) is $4000 but worth every penny as it is twice the TT as the MK1. The TNT MK1 is better then both, Modular, Upgradeable, I can bring that beast upto an HRX if I wanted, but all the newer components are silver and I'm trying to keep it black. It has no arm currently, I'm going for a Trans-Fi T3 but it's $1,200 and I'm collecting portable gear ATM so it'll be awhile.

post #131 of 3700
The Transcriptor isn't cheap junk - they're nicely made. However, they're not the best deck.

Totally agree about the Gyrodec, though. It was entrancing. Then I had to go and upgrade mine to an Orbe. The Orbe platter is better, but sometimes I'm tempted to sell it and put the Gyrodec platter back on. The spinning counterweights certainly look better, and it sounds plenty good.
post #132 of 3700

The new one's aren't, the old ones (like I have) are.

post #133 of 3700

A couple Im using here in the PC audio rig  are the Revox B 790 and the Mitsubishi DP-EC 20

 

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post #134 of 3700

Subscribed. Remind me to take some photos of my own turntable to post here in a few days! :)

post #135 of 3700

Okay it's not my turntable and it probably is not Marilyn's but I thought I'd post it anyway. That really looks like she's playing wax.

 

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