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Yeah that's real nice!  My HW-19 says hello!

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Spectacular Rique!! Have you passed that photo on to Mat Weisfeld? He would love to see it.

Like you like. Had not thought of showing it to Mat. blink.gif

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Here's a picture of my girl.  Since the 'real' girlfriend and I called it quits recently, it's just me and my beautiful Rega now.

 

Oh, but how she is in desperate need of love of companionship as much anyone!  See how sad she looks?  Every day I get that same sullen look;  *sigh*  "Would it be too much to hope that you might've settled on speakers at least yet? ...don't think I don't see how obvious this growing vinyl collection here is only meant to torment me."

 

 

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This is my TT.  It is on a better stand now.  I will keep it because it sounds good and I really like the feature it has where the tonearm lifts up and the motor turns off at the end of playing an album side.  I don't have the opportunity to AB it with a VPI classic, but I wonder how much better a $3000 TT would sound with a $1000 cartridge.   Any thoughts?  

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This is my TT.  It is on a better stand now.  I will keep it because it sounds good and I really like the feature it has where the tonearm lifts up and the motor turns off at the end of playing an album side.  I don't have the opportunity to AB it with a VPI classic, but I wonder how much better a $3000 TT would sound with a $1000 cartridge.   Any thoughts?  

A $3000 TT with a 1500$ cartridge and some record flattening accessories would sound really much better. Cartridge technology has improved considerably in the last 10 years specially the manufacturing process. New materiales and computerized solderings as well as other hight tech controls.  A quailty turntable such as the one I have a VPI MKV can be had cheap from ebay and upgraded or you can get a scout or the like. There are also some other great brands are great prices like Rega, Avid, Linn,.... Conclusion. You can get much better sound that what you are getting right now.

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Here's a picture of my girl.  Since the 'real' girlfriend and I called it quits recently, it's just me and my beautiful Rega now.

Oh, but how she is in desperate need of love of companionship as much anyone!  See how sad she looks?  Every day I get that same sullen look;  *sigh*  "Would it be too much to hope that you might've settled on speakers at least yet? ...don't think I don't see how obvious this growing vinyl collection here is only meant to torment me."




I know that look. I get the same one from my TT when 'other wife' wants to watch TV. biggrin.gif
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Hi all, here are a couple of shots of my new 45 pound, solid maple, turntable base in black piano finish.
Talk about solid!

 

 

 

 

 


Edited by CrazyRay - 5/6/13 at 3:43pm
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Nice CrazyRay!  That wood dustcover is incredible!  Must be nice to lift that up.

 

 

So I paid twice what this will be worth when it's released in a few weeks, but I got me a Record Store Day release.

 

 

AppleMark

 

It joins my original copy, along with an original CD and the re-released 2 CD and DVD set.  biggrin.gif


Edited by Eee Pee - 5/6/13 at 1:41pm
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Finally got the tin foil on my window taken down, so I thought I'd put up a new picture that's a bit less noisy
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Good lookin' BTBAM vinyl there.
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Good lookin' BTBAM vinyl there.

It's the Parallax 1 the hyper sleep dialogues, I actually just took it out for the first time since buying it at RSD, inspired me to take the picture actually cause I also though it looked really cool
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Finally got the tin foil on my window taken down…

I thought you were a little weird when I met ya…
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I thought you were a little weird when I met ya…

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I thought you were a little weird when I met ya…

Hey now, tin foil is truly the cheapest/easiest way to black out windows, which is necessary when you're forced to sleep during the middle of the day lol
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