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  1. #21
    Join Date: Nov 2010

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    Thanks for the comments guys, Graeme the Acrylic platter was fitted very recently , I got it from Audio Note who sell them for this deck, it cost £10 less than I paid for the deck !
    I fitted a new belt and oiled the bearing , also removed the hardboard base and fitted an underslung Isokinetik weight which I already had.

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    System looks great, and very well thought out. Knowing what difference a decent counterweight does for the RB250 im sure it sounds very good too!
    How do you source DVD A material today? EBay/Amazon?
    Atb Mike

  3. #23
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    Quote Originally Posted by AlfaGTV View Post
    How do you source DVD A material today? EBay/Amazon?
    Atb Mike
    Very rare , although Steven Wilson seems to like it as a lot of his remasters have a 5.1 and Stereo DVD-A editions.
    I've recently bought ELP , Yes , Wakeman , Porcupine tree, Deluxe sets which all have 2CDs and a DVD-A disc.
    Various sources , the first two ELP now out of print I got from their webshop in America.

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    Damn fine turntable you have there and loving the look of the black version.

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    Thanks Shaun , I don't normally like black ash , in this case I had no choice and I am quite fond of it.

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    Coplands always look/sound good to me.
    Maybe keep a lookout for one of their excellent matching cd players?
    Ping Pong Aficionado

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    Quote Originally Posted by petrat View Post
    Coplands always look/sound good to me.
    Maybe keep a lookout for one of their excellent matching cd players?
    Yes I'm tempted one would look nice on the rack but I just wouldn't use it . All my CD's are in the loft I use my CA 752BD for FLAC and DVD-A which are displayed on my TV.
    HDMI audio is switched off and the dedicated stereo outputs are used.





  9. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by petrat View Post
    Coplands always look/sound good to me.
    Maybe keep a lookout for one of their excellent matching cd players?
    Quote Originally Posted by Bazil View Post
    Yes I'm tempted one would look nice on the rack but I just wouldn't use it . All my CD's are in the loft I use my CA 752BD for FLAC and DVD-A which are displayed on my TV.
    I spoke too soon , I have bought a CD player and my CD's (or some of them ) are no longer in the loft.
    The Copland amp has gone as I could not get the sound right in my room a shame as it was a lovey thing. The NAD combo returned well it did until Tuesday when I took a chance on another integrated.
    Photos coming soon

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    And the Photos :-











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