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  • DSJR's Avatar
    23-09-2018, 19:12
    Prima Luna will change tone I suspect, depending on the load presented and more perhaps than other valve amps with output transformers. It may be a...
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    22-09-2018, 13:37
    I grew to love and then detest (for many years) DSOTM as we had a Dolby A master copy at work, which was played a fair bit. Rather more sparkle than...
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    22-09-2018, 13:25
    The one good thing hopefully, is that Michell have a decades-long reputation for good customer care, so hopefully they'll sort it. For a few years...
    18 replies | 498 view(s)
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    17-09-2018, 19:48
    DSJR replied to a thread Rega P6 getting hum in Analogue Art
    That's a Rega for you!!!!! The top model(s) do have some extra motor shielding, but the main range models have never had this - ever - and some...
    12 replies | 328 view(s)
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    16-09-2018, 14:20
    Neither does digital, but I'm missing the point here aren't I? :D The stylus compliance can be used to adjust VTA with tracking weight. Linn...
    27 replies | 785 view(s)
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    16-09-2018, 14:08
    Idler Garrards RUMBLE, and really, all you can do is sink as much away from the stylus as possible. I suspect the bass 'drive and power' that 'we'...
    45 replies | 893 view(s)
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    15-09-2018, 16:42
    DSJR replied to a thread Sony TTS-8000 Turntable in Analogue Art
    Obviously one or two must have been sold in the UK, like the 8750, but I seriously don't think it was many more than that, as it came along just at...
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    15-09-2018, 16:07
    DSJR replied to a thread Sony TTS-8000 Turntable in Analogue Art
    How known? Sorry, I'm being awkward again, as decks like this are usually only talked about 'cos very few in the UK have ever heard or even seen one..
    47 replies | 1501 view(s)
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    15-09-2018, 15:39
    DSJR replied to a thread Sony TTS-8000 Turntable in Analogue Art
    It's all about the appearances isn't it? In this case though, there's some justification to be proud of it. At the time, I liked the oil filled...
    47 replies | 1501 view(s)
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    15-09-2018, 09:42
    Yeah, but vinyl's so soft toned to start with :D The really good thing about NAS decks as a breed is that the bass is never overblown, so a...
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    14-09-2018, 11:12
    "Where I come from," the Bronze is the more 'truthful' but where vinyl's concerned, who ever gives a feck about accuracy to the source (if properly...
    20 replies | 737 view(s)
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    13-09-2018, 10:53
    DSJR replied to a thread New Lenco owner in Idle Vice
    Do you REALLY all have to yank the L75 arm off, carve up the top plate and retro-fit some third party arm? The L75 arm in proper V Block fettle and...
    6 replies | 247 view(s)
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    13-09-2018, 10:47
    The Mani can hum with some decks and not sure if it's due to location or hum-loops (rega arms in some cases but not others for some reason). ...
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    12-09-2018, 17:49
    It'll certainly add some (much needed?) character to many speakers connected to it. Very many happy owners around and about internationally and I...
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    11-09-2018, 17:26
    DSJR replied to a thread Hi from Bedford, England in Welcome
    The Michell is beautifully made, attracts loads of comments with people who don't know it and superbly finished. Later,, it can be upgraded to...
    7 replies | 320 view(s)
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    08-09-2018, 08:21
    DSJR replied to a thread Bake Off At Mine in Community Network
    The Krell has an input sensitivity of 1.3V for full output. Ok for a CD source, but an old tuner or many phono stages will be pushing it only to...
    38 replies | 1970 view(s)
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    07-09-2018, 15:39
    250's a bloody good price for these, especially if they're later ones! Free bump on me! My experience of them is that the midrange is superbly...
    9 replies | 591 view(s)
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    06-09-2018, 10:41
    DSJR replied to a thread Krell KSA-100 MK1 in Blank Canvas
    Seriously, the whole class a or ab issue became pretty much a non event in the 80's when better matched and higher power transistors filtered into...
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    30-08-2018, 09:14
    DSJR replied to a thread Krell KSA-100 MK1 in Blank Canvas
    I'm going to say this and face the consequences... If the speaker loading is reasonable and the amp design not quirky or cable fussy with wild...
    292 replies | 8911 view(s)
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    29-08-2018, 23:17
    DSJR replied to a thread Krell KSA-100 MK1 in Blank Canvas
    I'm definitely never going down the Peter Belt route ever again ;) but before he turned his Impulse speakers to face the centre of the wall behind...
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    29-08-2018, 14:02
    DSJR replied to a thread Krell KSA-100 MK1 in Blank Canvas
    Going back to the late 80's, Jimmy Hughes had THREE KSA50's used first in an Isobarik active system where they did sound lovely, even with the first...
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    29-08-2018, 13:53
    DSJR replied to a thread Krell KSA-100 MK1 in Blank Canvas
    I haven't trawled through this thread yet, so forgive me here... These old original Krells do run very hot indeed and lack the plateau bias of...
    292 replies | 8911 view(s)
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