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Post A Photograph Of Your Turntable

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  1. bbophead
    Did you post a pic?
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  2. Oregonian
    Pioneer turntable April 2015.JPG
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  3. bbophead
    Love the vintage!
  4. kid vic


    Oracle Delphi w/ DBL The Wand+ tonearm with Denon DL-301/110/103LCmkII or Sumiko Talisman>Lounge Audio Copla>Akai AM-2650> headphones or speakers

    Last edited: Jan 28, 2018
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  5. Glmoneydawg
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  8. Oregonian
    Rob, great minds and all that.................

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  9. leftside
    A new addition to the family

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  11. Packgrog
    God, I love the Prime Sig. Gorgeous. My own setup is more humble and far more piecemeal (Scout Jr, damped motor pod, Michell clamp, Achromat, Audiomods Classic tonearm, Phoenix Engineering Falcon motor controller, DIY tachometer).


    I also recently added a new component for my analog-to-digital archival: The RME Babyface Pro. Recordings are on a whole new level from my previous ADC, and the RME actually even works quite well as a DAC and headphone amp for the notoriously picky Denon AH-D2000!

    Last edited: Mar 4, 2018
  12. kid vic
    Is the marble under your beautiful TT warped?
  13. leftside
    It’s slightly raised. It will be replaced soon with a custom wooden isolation table with adjustable feet.
  14. kid vic
    I use an inch and a 1/4 thick butcher block on diversitech anti vibration blocks, works well and is pretty cheap too.
    Also, we are both Vancouver based and use Dynaudio speaker!
  15. leftside
    I'm doing something very similar. The woodworker around the corner from me made some very nice amp stands, and they are also going to make me the isolation stand for the TT. I'll add the feet/anti-vibration blocks myself. I don't think there's too many of us on here from Vancouver?
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