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  1. MrPanda
    The DP-60L has been going without fail for 40 years now! The S arm is quite good with some of the Ortofon and Denon cartridges. So I really just need a better vibration absorber....
    The Denon is still a very fine sounding turntable!
     
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  2. Podster
    Yep and dare I say I loved my little Direct drive even more than the venerable Techniques 1200 who so many praise, statements like this out here is why I live in :fearful: LOL It's like I invite a nice flaming:rolling_eyes:
     
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  3. iFi audio
    Yup. What you did doesn't quality as an overkill, not yet :ksc75smile:

    It probably does something nice to your deck and doesn't weight half a ton.
     
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  4. Skylab Contributor
    All of the big DD Denons from that era - the 57, 59, 60, 62, and 72 - are terrific turntables that will absolutely slaughter many of the under $5K modern belt drive turntables, IMHO. I still LOVE and use my DP-59L all the time. I tried for several years to convince myself that the VPI ScoutMaster I bought was better. It wasn’t. The VPI is gone. The Denon remains.
     
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  5. kid vic
    I think in terms of turntables and phono carts Denon might be one of the most criminally under-respected brands ever. Yes, the DL-103 and DL-110 are well loved but ALL of their other carts are excellent and their arms were no slouch either.
     
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  6. CJG888
    At the end of the day, the DL103 was designed for Japanese broadcast use and came into service in 1963 or so. It’s still in production. That puts Denon up there with Ortofon and EMT, IMO!
     
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  7. CJG888
    It’s also a bit cheaper than an SPU...
     
  8. CJG888
    I’m tempted to try mine on my SME3009 Improved (fixed headshell). I know it shouldn’t work (arm mass too low), but a number of respected audiophiles use this combination. Maybe a heavier cartridge body may help?
     
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