Most interesting, and well done for opening up the old girl! I sense some future 'tweakage' shenanigans
I'll be following this thread with interest......
Modified Technics SL-1210MK5G/Mike New high-precision bearing & base-plate/Mike New ETP platter/‘YNWaN’ magnetic record clamp 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 RS212D 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)/Ortofon SPU Royal GM MKII cartridge. Other cartridges: Denon DL-S1 (fitted into an AT MG-10 headshell with AT-6106 Quattro Hybrid lead wire), Denon DL-103 (with FR S/3 headshell), 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 with SR5 PSU. Nick G modified Lentek. Tube Distinctions 50W Class A (P/P) Copper amp, with cryo-treated Tung Sol KT120s. 'Lockwood Major' speakers, using 15" Tannoy Monitor Golds, modified with bespoke crossovers. Other speakers used: Celestion Ditton 66 Studio Monitors. Stands: Mana Acoustics (non-magnetic stainless steel 'clones'). Cables: Mains Cables R Us 'Ultimate' power leads (using Furukawa EE/F-S 2mm & 2.6mm solid-core cable), with Furutech FI-50 IECs and FI-1363R 13A plugs. Also Supra LoRad 2.5 (for PH head amp). Stereo interconnects: Klotz MC5000 high-grade microphone cable/MS Audio Starline Rhodium-plated plugs. Oyaide FTVS510 digital interconnect with WBT NextGen-0110Ag RCAs. VDH 'The Wind' Hybrid II speaker cable. 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...