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  1. #51
    Join Date: Mar 2016

    Location: Brighton, UK.

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    I'm Mike.


    Guy's also got this less expensive player, for £250, no remote though, which kind of kills it really, would it be possible to find an alternative remote?

    Denon DVD-A11 CD / SACD / DVD-A / DVD Transport CD Player
    Current system 1210 GR/Jelco 750/Nagaoka MP 200/Graham Slee Era V. CDP - Mission PCM 7000. Amp - Audio Innovations S500. Audio Note J's.

  2. #52
    Join Date: Jun 2015

    Location: London/Durham

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    I'm Lawrence.


    Can't comment on that model but I did find the 3910 too smooth and relaxed compared to a Sony QS universal player.

  3. #53
    Join Date: Feb 2013

    Location: W Lothian

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    I'm Grant.


    had a 2900.. sold it with remote but used to have a spare remote for it. need to look for it.
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  4. #54
    Join Date: Apr 2016

    Location: Bishops Stortford

    Posts: 1,154
    I'm Chris.


    Quote Originally Posted by Macca View Post
    If you can live with slot loading just get an Audiolab 6000T.

    Brand new so you should get the maximum amount of time before you have to worry about replacing it.
    My system is no slouch and I use this transport when I want to have a quick play of CDs, rather than my music server onto which I have to transfer CD files. It is very good and I never find myself being disappointed by its performance. Highly recommended and of course, being new, it comes with guarantees.
    SW1X Universal Music Server UMS I Signature with Power Supply Unit PSU I Signature
    SW1X DAC III Special
    Pre amp -- Hi fi Collective twin mono ladder stepped attenuator, with Charcroft Z-foil and silver wired.
    Power amps -- Welborne 45 SET monoblocks 1.8W / Decware Taboo 6W / Elekit 300B TU-8600SVK plus further improved components 9W / ICE Power 1000W
    Highly modified Endorphin P17 open baffle speakers containing both vintage and modern alnico drivers and paper cones. All silver wired - 8" Cube Audio FC8 full range drivers and vintage 15" Altec VOTT 416 bass drivers. All sat on Townsend Audio Podium seismic isolation platforms.
    BK Electronics XLS400FF Sub.
    Silver mains cables, interconnects and speaker cables by SW1X
    HRT HeadStreamer and SennHeiser HD650 headphones

  5. #55
    Join Date: Oct 2008

    Location: Glasgowshire

    Posts: 9,166
    I'm Gary.


    6000CDT responds well to "traditional" CD player tweaks,
    better feet, putting a weight on top..that kind of thing.

    Worth spending a bit of time on it?
    gets more out of an already great sounding Audiolab transport.

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