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post #151 of 3480

^ So that's how you are supposed to play a Quadraphonic record. biggrin.gif

post #152 of 3480
Four tonearms, so four cartridges, so four different sounds. Wow. Nice.
post #153 of 3480

Could you put them all on at the same time and have 4 outputs for quick A/Bing? Or would the weight of all four arms be too much?
 

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Four tonearms, so four cartridges, so four different sounds. Wow. Nice.


 

post #154 of 3480

Anyone know where to get a legit Dual CS5000 belt? The one listed to be paired with it on Needledoctor is WRONG (pissed!). Too wide. The Dual one I have now is much narrow/skinnier. The new one fits, but is too wide/fat to let the platter turn at the right speed, so the needle never drops 'cause the turntable measures the rotational speed before it drops, am I wrong? I read that somewhere...

 

It even looks right. I stopped the turntable while on to look at it and let it get back up to speed. Is that bad for it since it's a belt drive? I only did it for a second or so because I thought it might be bad for it :S

post #155 of 3480
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Could you put them all on at the same time and have 4 outputs for quick A/Bing? Or would the weight of all four arms be too much?
 



 

That's a bad idea, would be bad for the record.
post #156 of 3480
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Four tonearms, so four cartridges, so four different sounds. Wow. Nice.

 

And I thought that tube rolling could be expensive. Can you just imagine cartrolling? Or 4 of the same cartridge and you're set.

post #157 of 3480
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And I thought that tube rolling could be expensive. Can you just imagine cartrolling? Or 4 of the same cartridge and you're set.


bigsmile_face.gif Its probably very expensive along with his Vintagerolling as well.

 

post #158 of 3480

Thought so, just thought it was worth asking. 4x the wear lol.

 

So, legit Dual CS5000 belt anybody??
 

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Could you put them all on at the same time and have 4 outputs for quick A/Bing? Or would the weight of all four arms be too much?
 



 



 

post #159 of 3480

 

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Originally Posted by jtaylor991 View Post

Thought so, just thought it was worth asking. 4x the wear lol.

 

So, legit Dual CS5000 belt anybody??


This looks pretty legit:

 

http://www.lpgear.com/product/DUALCS5000.html

post #160 of 3480

Thanks. $30 bucks though?!?! Sheesh...
 

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This looks pretty legit:

 

http://www.lpgear.com/product/DUALCS5000.html



 

post #161 of 3480
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^ Daaaaanng where do you go to see one of those?



The Silent Running Audio website.  tongue_smile.gif

 

I was curious about their shelves until I saw the surrounding equipment, then found a price online.  Woooo weeeee.

 

http://www.silentrunningaudio.com/home.htm

post #162 of 3480

yEBFI.jpg My Thorens TD-160 MKII with RB300 tonearm and Monster Cable Alpha 1 MC cartridge.

 

 

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Pictured: Luxman L-5 Amplifier, same turntable as above (obviously :P), LEAK 2060 Speaker (the other one is on the other side of the room), Audile Enterprises Australia Phono Stage, Marantz CD-63 Mk II and chillin' on the top my Audeze LCD-2s. I normally listen to my vinyl rig through speakers but I also have a Mac Mini with a SSD and external HDD full of FLAC which isn't pictured that I use as my primary source. I still need to buy a DAC and do away with the CD player but that is all in the pipeline at the moment. 

 

post #163 of 3480

Nice pics HK, and I like the look of your vintage setup. I've never seen those Leaks; are they some kind of planar speaker?

 

My humble rig, for the moment.  I have a couple of Garrard projects on the backburner, and Lab 80 and following that a 401.  One of these days I'll sell the Rega, which has speed stability issues triportsad.gif although I may keep the Grace G707/ShureV15V

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post #164 of 3480

Im getting a bunch of free vinyl, and i need a turntable. Their are no good ones on my craigslistmad.gif

post #165 of 3480
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Originally Posted by rehabitat View Post

Nice pics HK, and I like the look of your vintage setup. I've never seen those Leaks; are they some kind of planar speaker?

 

My humble rig, for the moment.  I have a couple of Garrard projects on the backburner, and Lab 80 and following that a 401.  One of these days I'll sell the Rega, which has speed stability issues triportsad.gif although I may keep the Grace G707/ShureV15V

2011-09-02 21.26.26.jpg


Do you think getting Rega's external PSU would help with the speed stability issues?
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