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    Join Date: Jan 2017

    Location: hailsham uk

    Posts: 10
    I'm bruce.

    Default 2 Armed Decks .

    Hello All ,
    Currently considering changing the (linn ) turntable for a very low maintenance deck . I own a few mono lps and have always been struck how excellent they can sound . Any suggestions for 2 armed decks apart from garrards etc?
    Price wise around what a used standard linn with a radikal might be sold for ? (Or less ).
    Currently using library pc so will be slow re replies .
    Many Thanks .

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    Join Date: Dec 2008

    Location: Lincolnshire, Home by the Sea

    Posts: 3,605
    I'm Shaun.


    I use an early Nottingham Analogue Interspace which has a mounting point for a second tonearm. Easy to use almost maintenance free deck. I don't think the current model is the same though.
    Marantz CD6005 into Audiolab MDAC
    Nottingham Analogue Interspace turntable with Origin Live Onyx tonearm/Denon DL103/Dynavector P75 MkIII phono stage

    Prima Luna Prologue preamp
    Prima Luna Dialogue Premium power amp/EL34

    B&W CM8 S2 loudspeakers

    Atlas Hyper interconnects
    Van Den Hul Teatrack biwired cables

    Anything Ozric Tentacles based

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    Join Date: Jan 2017

    Location: hailsham uk

    Posts: 10
    I'm bruce.


    Ah yes Nottingham Analogue . I remember shortly after getting the linn a radikal walking around the Tonbridge Show a few years ago and being struck by hearing Dark Side Of The Moon at a (Music First ?) stand. The sound had more obvious rhythm etc than the linn to my ears , arm was a sme v and cart a zyx . One to consider .

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    Join Date: Apr 2009

    Location: Near Saffron Walden, Essex

    Posts: 5,238
    I'm Dave.


    Many of the Nottingham Analogue turntables I have sold over the decades have been fitted with 2 arms.

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