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    Join Date: Sep 2020

    Location: Milton Keynes

    Posts: 10
    I'm Arvydas.

    Default Hi from Vintage Stereo or Arvy...:)

    Hi for all,
    I am Vintage gears enthusiasts from Milton Keynes, originally from Lithuania. My passion/hobby is restoring and modifying turntables. Have numbers and numbers done. Now, me and my friend working on heavily upgraded Lenco GL75, in brand new and totally different shape....
    Current system:
    Tannoy V12HP drivers in huge, custom made housing.
    JAS T100 ribbon super tweeters from JAS Audio.
    Fully refurbished Marantz PM4 integrated amplifier.
    Sugden iA4 integrated monster integrated amplifier, do not like them, too cold, too slow IMHO....
    Copland CTA301 pre and Copland CTA501 power amps. Really nice sounding, but still not sure about valve sound...:0
    Custom made Pyramyd valve monoblocks.
    Marantz Ma5 monos and marantz Sc6 pre.
    Shanling CD T100 cd player. I am surprised how good is sound from this chinese gear!
    Sugden CD21SE CD player. Nice sound, detailed and warm. Like it, unfortunately on service....
    Finally my Garrard in huge and heavy, around 35-40 kilos, plinth, with 3 tonearms, SME 3009 improved, upgraded to 12'' Rega r200 and Grace G714.
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    Join Date: Apr 2012

    Location: Southall, West London

    Posts: 44,339
    I'm Geoff.


    Hello Arvydas. Welcome to AOS.

    Looks like you've been having fun putting your system together.

    Join in the chat and get to know the members, there's a lot going on.

    Enjoy the forum,
    Official consultant wigmaker to Ant & Dec

  3. #3
    Join Date: Sep 2020

    Location: Milton Keynes

    Posts: 10
    I'm Arvydas.


    Thank you, Geoff, I will.

  4. #4
    Join Date: Jan 2009

    Location: Essex

    Posts: 23,569
    I'm openingabottleofwine.


    Welcome to AoS Arvy.

    Yes, nice system you have there.

    Enjoy the Forum

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