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eep" url="/t/549616/post-a-photograph-of-your-turntable/855#post_8812144"]Not really something new exept that I bought a good spotlight zo I can see where I'm cueing. And I found a yellow transparent Cranberries album that made it look pretty stunning.
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This is officially my wallpaper picture on my iPad. Just amazing shot. Thank you! wink.gif

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That is one amazing picture that should be reposted in the picture thread if it hasn't already.

Makes me itch to get into the turntable game against my better judgement.

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The trick is:
bright spotlight
right angle so you obscure unnecessary distracting objects like the arm
don't be afraid to photograph at an angle to make the right composition
use your zoom
play with the right color correction on your camera
focus on the right distance

This was only the second and last shot.
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Donald Fagen - Sunken Condos

 

My rega planar 3. 24V upgrade / TT PSU

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My rega planar 3. 24V upgrade / TT PSU

 

Another great shot. Very nice.

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My rega planar 3. 24V upgrade / TT PSU

Very nice x2. The photo is showroom perfect.

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Heads up to anyone cosidering a Rega right now. They're doing Union Jack painted models of the P1, P3, and P6 for their anniversary.

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Everyone needs one of these:

 

700

 

 

 

And it wouldn't hurt to have one of these either:

 

700

 

Musical is right!

 

The cleaner is amazing!  Just had to learn it, and get it down pat, and and bam, most of my stuff is as quiet as can get.  Awesome.

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No doubt...the importance of wet-vacuum cleaning your records cannot be overstated.
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I'm surprised what shows up on brand new discs.  Really surprised.  They need a good cleaning.

 

I've now entered a new world of keeping my records clean.  And I thought I was bad before...

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Next up: magnetism and static very_evil_smiley.gif
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Hah!  Static is an issue.  Funny.

 

My fleece pants might have something to do with it, but I like em so much!

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I do love my Milty!

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fleece pants
Not cool dude, not cool. Get out of the house much? rolleyes.gif

I think non-natural materials on the the floor and your shoes/socks are more of an issue, so is dry air. When it's a cold dry winter you can make miniature lightning-bolts near the xerox machine or the door-knob (remember the movie office space?).

And Permostat is the solution. It costs about $1 per album but its worth it.
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Not cool dude, not cool. Get out of the house much? rolleyes.gif

Actually, I'm on vacation this week.  biggrin.gif

 

It's 67 degrees and 60 percent humidity in here, not bad.  

 

Around album 32 I noted that things are sounding really good now.  I've read the Grado takes a little while to open up.  I think it did.

 

Prepared to fire up Mastodon's Blood Mountain!

 

 

 

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