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  1. calipilot227
    How many top-tier turntables do you have????
     
  2. alan_g
    a nottingham analogue spacedeck linn lp12 not so top tier project rpm6 and a technics 1210 mkii
     
  3. calipilot227
    Need to get you an SP-10 mk2 (or mk3) to round out the herd :smiling_imp:
     
  4. NEOhioDude
    This is one of the threads that convinced me to try analog again! I am enjoying the experience :)

    Here is my modest set up - ProJect RPM 9 table with a Ortofon 2M Black cart, ProJect DS+ phono preamp.

    My apologies for the poor quality pictures!

    TT2.jpg TT3.jpg TT1.jpg
     
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  5. bbophead
    Nothin' wrong with this. Looks like a lot of listening pleasure!
     
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  6. calipilot227
    I accidentally a new tonearm. Grace 940. Plinth still isn't finished.
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  7. penmarker
    Did you accidentally the tonearm?
    The whole tonearm?
     
  8. kid vic
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    Oracle Delphi, DBL the Wand+ tonearm and Denon DL110 cart

    (my other carts will be swapped in soon)
     
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  9. Quinto
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  10. bbophead
    Man, you got good taste all 'round, so to speak.
     
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  11. Arsis
    Here's my new Teac TN-300. I didn't have super high expectations but I am thoroughly impressed! The stock cartridge sounds nice but I have ordered a Shure M97xE . My preamp is a Cambridge Audio 540P.
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    Last edited: Oct 26, 2017
  12. tkcha
    Hi every turntable lovers just yesterday I did shoot out some turntables,carts with my Allnic H3000 phono stage, potential upgrade analog system so their was 4 turntables and 4 carts. Kronos Pro, The Sparta, AMG Viella V12,Vpi Avenger with Ortofon Winfeld, A90,Benz Micro SLR Gullwing ,Lyra Etna Sl were the line ups. Finale winner was easy Kronos pro with Etna SL but as you know just too much moola so I go for second winner AMG Viella with Winfeld and HRS platform I pull the trigger on them 3 more weeks to come.
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    my system without turntable my setup.jpg
     
    Last edited: Oct 30, 2017
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  13. mulveling Contributor
    Wow, that 1st room's gear has got to run well north of $500 K when all accounted for (beautiful). A well-heeled dealer perhaps? What a great platform to test various analog setups, and your AMG choice seems very solid -- congrats! Was the Windfeld the older model, or the new Ti? I had an older Windfeld MC some years ago, but my TT setup was more "budget" back then, and I ended up having issues with aggressive treble -- which might have been bad synergy with the heavy/undamped Fidelity Research FR64fx tonearm and/or my Tannoy Kensingtons SE (at the time). But it did some things fantastically well, like BASS (quality and quantity), clean leading edges, and clarity; I'd love to try a Ti in my current setup.
     
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  14. tkcha
    Too bad its older Winfeld with 100 hours on them I have for that 1400$ canadien . good price for sure.
     
  15. mulveling Contributor
    Big-time junkie here, obviously. It's gotten worse over the 10 years since I got into it. Currently playing with Koetsu Coralstone Platinum, Koetsu Onyx (Alnico) and Shelter Harmony cartridges with a couple different Bob's Devices SUTs. Clearaudio TT; Graham & Clearaudio arms.

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