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Just in case this becomes one of the ongoing threads, like System Pictures, Football Season etc. : I’d like to be part of the next group
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The “Tjader plays Mambo” cover posted by Kevin made think of this one: The one I own is even nicer as it is without the white “Stereo”...
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Here is another favorite: Guns, Love and a Cactus in your Heart from Cliff Barnes the Fear of Winning. The cover itself is mat black...
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Another Guidi/Tri-Arts cover for Contemporary records: It always makes me smile whenever I hold the LP in my hands. Simply nice and...
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Hi Kevin, that‘s a nice one from Robert Guidi/Tri-Arts. Many from that era on Contemporary are, at least for me, a near perfect...
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@Tabby cat Thanks for the kind words. Reading them took me back to the days I got started in this Hi-Fi thing and what has happened...
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While ripping my CD collection I had a few ones that took ages. XLD gave reading speeds below 1, meaning slower than actual playback. My...
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If only for portability: my vintage Koetsu Urushi. Otherwise the Graham tonearm, which is, for me, still the one to have. I foolishly...
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His enthusiasm was always noticeable, even for someone like me, who nearly never bought into his conclusions. Sad news and way too leave.
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@Simon-in-Suffolk As I have solar panels and the associated inverters at home, can you share some of your thoughts on this? Thanks!
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Hi IB, your number IV sounds very much like the Spider from finite elemente, even down to the dampers, both the rubber and the...
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So many to choose from... Depending on my mood, these three seem like a good start: 101 Reykjavik from Baltasar Kormakur, a plot very...
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The second approach from Minh seems to be right when the executive pushes the button himself. At the other times another taller person...
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Hi Don, we have an IBM ThinkPad, too. The operating system has been upgraded to Windows 7, but this is most likely as far as you can go...
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For whatever reason, I never even thought about doing this. Time to open some drawers...
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The AT 637 should be in a drawer around here, but my go to stylus cleaner is SPT from Lyra, the cartridge manufacturer.
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Safari on all Apple devices (3) including an iPad for me as well, Firefox with Windows.
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I really don’t know why or even if he left on his own. If he resurfaces at some other place, he might tell his side of the story. The...
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What I like about Art Dudley and Michael Lavorgna is their approach to things and less the gear and in ML’s case music. Michael Fremer...
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I still remember the issues from the late nineties, they were approximately twice as thick as the current ones. On the other hand, the...
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Thanks for your input so far. Perhaps I should have said clearly that it’s about the print version. @French Rooster : how does the...
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Hi Robert, once you include the prices for the Powerlines from the distributor to the components, the difference between the Leiste and...
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My Igel is plugged into a dedicated mains spur and I have to agree with HH, it was cheaper than the Igel and at least as beneficial.
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Hi Iver, all of the Netzleisten and Powerigels are made by Music Line, the German Naim distributor. The Plus models are fitted with...
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One of my dealers had Sonus faber as his main speaker line for a while. This was some time ago and he doesn’t carry Naim. So my...
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Once again thanks for your input so far. I think I could live with speakers not primarily designed for near wall placement, if the bass...
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Thanks for the suggestions, all of them are worth a second look and hopefully a demo. Chris: I really should get an account at one of...
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Hi, sounds like you bought a nice turntable. Given your preferences, I’d say keep the Troika, try a Stageline S and get a service for...
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Hi Bob, Quadraspire makes some nice looking lightweight stands. I have never tried them, hence the „looking“ part.
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Re: DAC
This could only work if: - the crocked product is still the best, or at least competitive at its price point or - enough customers buy...
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Yes, the company is still around and has introduced a third speaker posthumously. It is called Lignea and can be seen as a modern...
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Hi PB, like CT I haven’t followed your road to the ARTs and therefore don’t know which models you tried back then. What I do know is,...
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There is a pair for sale in Germany as well. Most likely without the foam pads, but at least the shipping cost should be lower.
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I think much of what is inside the NDAC is still a technically sound approach. The use of one of the last and arguably best true PCM...
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Hi IB, you may want to consider one or both of these thoughts: Even with one door open, you can still choose from all three. If you told...
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