LOL! I moved it from Analogue Art because it belongs in Blank Canvas!
Amp discussions don't go into Analogue Art (you should know that, Mikey), so back it goes where it belongs...
Modified Technics SL-1210MK5G/Mike New high-precision bearing & base-plate/Mike New ETP platter/‘YNWaN’ magnetic record clamp, used with Nagaoka GL602 crystal T/T mat. Paul Hynes SR7EHD PSU (plus regulator modules)/DCSXL pure-silver DC lead with Yaeger (low-impedance) connector. Ortofon RS-212D tonearm, fitted to 'Speedy Steve' custom-made Ebony armboard. Yannis Tome 423.5 Phono Silver-Litz tonearm cable (fitted with Furutech CF-DIN(R) and Eichmann silver Bullet Plugs). Cartridges: Ortofon SPU-G/T, Denon DL-S1 (with AT MG-10 headshell and AT-6106 Quattro Hybrid lead-wire), Denon DL-103 (with FR S/3 headshell and AT-6101 PCOFC lead-wire), US-original Shure SC35C. Audiocom-modified Sony X-777ES/DAS-R1 transport/DAC. Nakamichi BX-125E. Heavily-modified Croft Charisma-X preamp. MC head amps: Paul Hynes design with SR5 PSU. Nick G modified Lentek. Tube Distinctions 50W Class A (P/P) Copper amp, with cryo-treated Tung Sol KT120s. Speakers: 'Lockwood Major' speakers, using 15" Tannoy Monitor Golds, modified with bespoke crossovers. Also, Celestion Ditton 66 Studio Monitors. Stands: Mana Acoustics (non-magnetic stainless steel 'clones'). Cables: MCRU 'Ultimate' power leads (featuring Furukawa EE/F-S 2mm & 2.6mm solid-core cable), with Furutech FI-50 IECs and FI-1363R 13A plugs. Stereo interconnects: Klotz MC5000 high-grade microphone cable/MS Audio Starline silver-plated RCAs. VDH 'The Wind' Hybrid II speaker cable. Digital coaxial interconnect: Trompeter Electronics Triax TRC-75-2 with MS Audio ‘Starline' silver-plated RCAs. Mains block: Mark Grant 6-way, modded with Furutech FP-1363R sockets and Furukawa cable. Tube Distinctions digital noise filter. VPI HW 16.5 record cleaner.
"Experience without theory is blind, but theory without experience is mere intellectual play" -- Immanuel Kant.
Digital music: do you remember your first ever download? Unlikely... But you'll probably remember the first record you bought! Forget 'virtual music': VINYL IS FOREVER...