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  1. mrtim6
    9CF24737-5837-4BD3-9D79-6D5303909162.jpeg upload_2018-7-17_18-34-57.jpeg upload_2018-7-17_18-34-57.jpeg

    Not sure what’s impressing me most here Skylab? Your excellent taste in music are that fine looking turntable

    In the meantime here’s my Yamaha GT-2000X...
     
    Last edited: Jul 17, 2018
  2. Quinto
    . oops wrong thread, sorry
     
  3. Podster
    Clean Yammy @mrtim6 :thumbsup:I think the thing I liked the most was the "Bone" colored vinyl, for sure looks like a few cow heads I've seen baking in the sun over the years:rolling_eyes: That Benz is cherry @Skylab :wink:

    So found a folder with shots of my Amadeus with the original Dynavector on it:v:Why yes, that was a freshly cleaned slab! Dust bugs are fast critters:confounded:

    Amadeus GTA 015.jpg
     
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  4. mrtim6
    9EC1D0AF-E8EC-4609-93AB-C7D03E0CB53C.jpeg Thanks Podster I’m a big Yamaha fan especially the GT-2000 series, which IMHO are audiophile bargains performance wise.

    Here’s a picture both GT-2000 & 2000X
     
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  5. Podster
    Indeed Gigantic & Tremendous:thumbsup:They have made some really nice and solid products over the years:wink:
     
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  6. Amictus
    I have a nice new (to me) LP12 to keep me sane in the study. Grados and the AKG 712 Pro sound fine through the Audiolab 8000A, surprisingly. IMG_4475.JPG
     
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  7. CJG888
    Why surprisingly? The 8000A was designed at a time when integrated amps had to have decent headphone outputs, and dedicated headphone amps were all but unheard of outside the studio.
     
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  8. Podster
    So true and in the early days most integrated amps piggy backed off the speaker leads which lead to higher impedance numbers, since they came off the speaker leads they would have to place resistors in the path which drove the impedance up. The HD650 could take that but many low impedance cans would not sound very good. Over the years manufacturers have moved to the dedicated headphone amp section and of course a dedicated stand alone is best IMO but everyone has a preference.
     
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  9. Quinto
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  11. CrazyRay
    DSC_8775_3900px_JA Mitchell Nakamichi 505 Empire_300dpi.jpg •) J.A. Michell GyroDec, SME 309 arm w/ Madrigal Carnegie One cartridge by Mark Levinson and Thorens Disc Stabilizer.
    •) Nakamichi RX-505
    •) Empire 698 turntable (1976) with a Shure V15 Type 4 cartridge and a Pro-Ject Tube Box II Phono Preamp.
     
    Last edited: Aug 26, 2018
  12. CrazyRay
    •) J.A. Michell GyroDec, SME 309 arm w/ Madrigal Carnegie One cartridge by Mark Levinson and Thorens Disc Stabilizer.
    •) Nakamichi RX-505, Nakamichi RX-202,
    •) Empire 698 turntable with a Shure V15 Type 4 cartridge and a Pro-Ject Tube Box II Phono Preamp (1976).
    •) Bang & Olufsen RX2 turntable
    •) Kenwood KA-907 pre amp and Kenwood KT-917 Tuner.
    •) Sony CDP-X333ES CD Player

    DSCN3995_3900px_Empire 698_B&O_Nakamichi RX505_300dpi.jpg
     
  13. spookygonk
    That's classy stuff alright.
     
  14. Krutsch
    Nice photography. We are going to need a "Show Us Your Tape Deck" thread, pretty soon.
     
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  15. Quinto
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