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    Join Date: Apr 2011

    Location: London

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    I'm Robert.

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    Quote Originally Posted by FrostEOne View Post
    Thanks RobbieGong, I've had that turntable for a long time, purchased new in 70s.
    Yeah, lovely thing, you've done the right thing in holding on to it ! https://www.vinylengine.com/turntabl...a&model=YP-800
    Last edited by RobbieGong; 10-06-2018 at 17:51.
    My System:
    Amplification - Sansui AU-alpha 707 DR
    Turntable - Modified Technics SL1210 MK5G
    Mike New precision bearing, bearing base plate, ETP Platter
    Micro Seiki MA-202 tonearm, rewired, hybrid ceramic bearings
    Ortofon Cadenza Black moving coil cartridge
    Yannis Tome 423.5 Silver-Litz tonearm cable with KLEI Pure Silver Harmony plugs
    Ebony armboard
    Audio Technica MS-8 Magnesium headshell, Ortofon pure silver headshell leads
    Isonoe Isolation Feet
    Paul Hynes SR7EHD PSU (plus regulator modules), DCSXL pure-silver DC lead with Jaegar low impedance connector
    CDP - Pioneer PD-91
    Speakers - Spendor D7
    QED Silver Spiral speaker cable, Airlock plugs - bare wire amp end.
    Mains - Ultra Pure silver plated un-switched socket, Missing link EPS 500 silver plated plugs with Hi-Fi Tuning gold plated silver ceramic 13 amp fuses

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    Join Date: Aug 2008

    Location: Suffolk, UK

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    I'm Paul.

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    Mark, do you find a there is a big difference between using one sub and when using both?

    I have a single sub and found it worked really well if I used it just underpin the speakers, rather than use the sub for outright extension of the lower frequencies.
    ~Paul~

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    Join Date: Jun 2018

    Location: SE Iowa

    Posts: 25
    I'm Mark.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Primalsea View Post
    Mark, do you find a there is a big difference between using one sub and when using both?

    I have a single sub and found it worked really well if I used it just underpin the speakers, rather than use the sub for outright extension of the lower frequencies.
    Paul,

    Running two or more subwoofers improves low frequency performance in several ways, compared to running a single subwoofer. These include: reduced phase cancellation for more room-filing bass, increased headroom for deeper, harder-hitting output, easier room integration and reduced localization so it feels like bass is emanating from all around you.

    I have the subs front and center, but listening you'd never know it. I've had the Yamahas in the center and subs outside but subs seemed to be harder to integrate and not as smooth. These are sealed subs, quite musical.

    Mark
    Last edited by FrostEOne; 10-06-2018 at 20:53.

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