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    Quote Originally Posted by smangus View Post
    famous last words there methinks....
    Oliver will be totally done for the day he gets a listen to a pair of good big vintage Tannoys!

    (I keep telling him this, it's going to niggle at him, 'cos he knows he needs to hear some )

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    Oliver will be totally done for the day he gets a listen to a pair of good big vintage Tannoys!

    (I keep telling him this, it's going to niggle at him, 'cos he knows he needs to hear some )
    Geoff, I want to hear big Tannoys, I want to own them just because of how good I think they are. Trouble is, they just won't fit in my room. Maybe when I have converted the Garage it'll be an option. That's some time away though lol

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    The Cheviots stood on the floor take up little more room than your Pioneers on stands Oliver.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    The Cheviots stood on the floor take up little more room than your Pioneers on stands Oliver.
    I already can't get to the records in the rack mate. Honestly, its capacity at the minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bigman80 View Post
    I already can't get to the records in the rack mate. Honestly, its capacity at the minute.

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    sign:
    It's no laughing matter

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    You'll have to knock a wall out mate!

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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    You'll have to knock a wall out mate!
    I know, trying to convince the gaffer we need to convert the garage she does agree I need to get out of the house with the "Stereo"

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    Quote Originally Posted by RobbieGong View Post
    Question, whats Jimbo's standard VPI mat made of ?
    Hi Rob, my TT mat is made of sorbathane - you would not it to stand a pot on But it works extremely well. You can imagine the chaps a VPI are not going to build a £2500 turntable and just throw any old mat on it.
    I have tried others but they loose something. The bare platter is good to use as well, folk should consider this as you don't always need a mat!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jimbo View Post
    Hi Rob, my TT mat is made of sorbathane
    I have a sorbothane mat too. Can't use it though, as it leaves smears of oily residue on records.

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