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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratmangler View Post
    Because the mastering's often better than the CD counterpart.
    If you've recorded from the LP it then makes sense to stick it on yer server if you do streaming, and to burn CDs if you don't. Saves on wear and tear on the vinyl rig/software.
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    I will stick with my much loved and regularly fondled vinyl
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    Try playing it in yer truck while yer driving around
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratmangler View Post
    Try playing it in yer truck while yer driving around
    No Can do , I am a good boy and a responsible driver " and all that " I only fondle when I am at home
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Why on earth would you want to do that
    My portable table weighs 75 pounds.

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    Not me! tried it years ago...not worth it
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    Quote Originally Posted by Stratmangler View Post
    Try playing it in yer truck while yer driving around
    I had a 45 player in my first truck. It was a 55 Chevy. It mounted underneath the dash, and was a factory option. It worked alright but it was rough on the records.

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    Thanks for all the info chaps.interesting divergence of opinion. Just in case i fancy a hobby later.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    digitizes their vinyl..
    Apart from anything else Al, there are times when you just can't risk using records. Like now for instance here. I have been breaking up a concrete slab and no matter how careful, dust is inevitable. Most of the hi-fi and the LPs are locked away in a sealed room and it's just the Mac (bad enough but I can hoover it out) as source. There is no way I can go without my favourite music for the couple of months of building work coming up so it makes sense to have everything digitised.

    Sounds very good actually. If I had to, I could listen to it quite happily on a permanent basis. It's only when compared directly that the difference becomes obvious.

    I won't be getting rid of the LPs though.

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    Devialet digitises phono inputs then converts back to analogue. Works really well, not least because the system uses a database with the correct settings for just about any cartridge. The USB socket is 2-way so you can take the phono input straight to a computer. Really rather clever, if not "old school".


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    Quote Originally Posted by nthall View Post
    I had a 45 player in my first truck. It was a 55 Chevy. It mounted underneath the dash, and was a factory option. It worked alright but it was rough on the records.
    Did you have the hands free option?


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