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    Wanted to just share my experience of buying a Perspex dust cover from PR Displays on eBay (username prdisplays).



    They’ll make covers for all sorts of items (apparently old games consoles is a big thing for them), but I was really impressed with the cover I’ve received.

    I must admit to mucking them around a bit - ordered one size, then decided I needed something custom due to the feet I chose to use on the TT - and they couldn’t have been more helpful. They’ll do custom cut outs for cables and handles too.

    Took two weeks to deliver and arrived in a huge box and really well packed. All for £90! I’m delighted and would highly recommend them.


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    Looks good and the price is realistic.

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    Snap :-)


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    My that looks a lovely deck Graham!!

    Hopefully just secured a used LDA power supply too!


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    Quote Originally Posted by graham67 View Post
    Snap :-)

    Shame your one ended up snapped
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    Thank you Yola, as does yours . You are in for a treat with the LDA. IMO, that and the tenuto elevate the 401 into the big league.

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    Following your lead!


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    Hehe, wish I could follow yours on amps, your EAR combo is a killer and I love the Spendor s100, in many ways it reminds me of the JBL I use but with a better top end on the spendor, I bet it sounds brilliant!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Audio Al View Post
    Shame your one ended up snapped
    Must stop wearing wooly jumpers !!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by graham67 View Post
    Hehe, wish I could follow yours on amps, your EAR combo is a killer and I love the Spendor s100, in many ways it reminds me of the JBL I use but with a better top end on the spendor, I bet it sounds brilliant!!!
    But the 861 has sold this week! I may well regret it, but being replaced by a Radford STA15 (that’s older than me - I like that, and it does sound very nice indeed).


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