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nice lookin tables and i'm even happier to say i'm IN

700

 

Philips AF-677

replaced the needle and now its crystal clear :D only one question when it gets to the last songs (on the inside of the record) it begins to skip about a minute in (every record); is this a problem with cartridge alignment?

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Try increasing the tracking force or reducing the antiskate
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My Dual 1019....not shown is the original plexi cover.

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Rega's Union Jack RP1

 

 

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So I pounced on Elusive Disc's 15% sale and grabbed a Clearaudio Concept with MC cartridge, as well as a Clearaudio Basic Plus phono stage. I like my Rega P5 setup quite a bit, but I feel like I need to experience other tables to see what's out there. Will post photos when the new deck arrives!

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Nice!  Think the Basic Plus will best the RSA?  

 

You know you want that Accu battery power supply.

post #937 of 3360
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Originally Posted by Eee Pee View Post

Nice!  Think the Basic Plus will best the RSA?  

You know you want that Accu battery power supply.

I am wondering the same thing. You see a lot of the same platitudes rolled out for both units -- punches above its class, flexible enough to work with any cartridge, etc. -- but only time will tell. I grabbed the Basic Plus (demo unit, around $700 after discount) because I so love the idea of synergy. I'm hopeful.

And yes, the battery power supply did catch my eye... but after a new deck and pre plus a big stack of new vinyl (including the spendy new Who LP box), I need to get a hold of myself. cool.gif
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I need to get a hold of myself.

Don't be silly.  biggrin.gif

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Don't be silly.  biggrin.gif

Yeah, I kind of chuckled while typing that. redface.gif
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 My 1977 Sony PS-X5 --

 

 

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Needs one more brass foot biggrin.gif
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eek.gif Who you calling crippled?! Actually, when funds permit, I'll fabricate four 3" square Maple blocks, then screw in four brass footers (3x3") underneath.


Edited by Silent One - 11/27/12 at 11:37pm
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I need to get a hold of myself. cool.gif
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Don't be silly.  biggrin.gif
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Originally Posted by Olias of Sunhillow View Post

Yeah, I kind of chuckled while typing that. redface.gif
No really? Don't we all?
BTW I didn't mean get a hold of you. biggrin.gif
I just ordered an extra album to finish up a backorder... kinda like a chainsmoking nicotine addict.
Edited by ]eep - 11/28/12 at 4:13am
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Originally Posted by Olias of Sunhillow View Post

I am wondering the same thing. You see a lot of the same platitudes rolled out for both units -- punches above its class, flexible enough to work with any cartridge, etc. -- but only time will tell. I grabbed the Basic Plus (demo unit, around $700 after discount) because I so love the idea of synergy. I'm hopeful.
And yes, the battery power supply did catch my eye... but after a new deck and pre plus a big stack of new vinyl (including the spendy new Who LP box), I need to get a hold of myself. cool.gif

You son of a bitch. I want that Who box so bad...
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You son of a bitch. I want that Who box so bad...


cool.gif

 

I went back and forth on it quite a bit, but found the PopMarket deal for $299 and couldn't resist.

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