The "Picture of your Turntable(s)" thread, Pt. 4

Discussion in 'Audio Hardware' started by MilesSmiles, Jul 29, 2013.

  1. bever70

    bever70 It's all about the soundstage

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    There you go (use the .jpg link) :
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  2. PhilBiker

    PhilBiker sh.tv member number 666

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    PRETTY!
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  3. Memphisflash

    Memphisflash Forum Resident

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    Thanks! What did I do wrong in posting these pics?
     
  4. bever70

    bever70 It's all about the soundstage

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    You probably quoted the wrong links. Always use links ending on .jpg and paste that link using the photo icon in the reply window here.
     
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  5. PhilBiker

    PhilBiker sh.tv member number 666

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    Or use the BB code text that they provide. Just click on the "embed codes" tab then copy and paste the BBCode you want. If you remove the URL part it will just be the picture inside the IMG tags.
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  6. mkane

    mkane Musics a Passion

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    Cloverdale,CA
    NOS SL1200 mkII

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  7. hockman

    hockman Forum Resident

    Nice 1200! How did you find one NOS?
     
  8. JackG

    JackG Forum Resident

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    NJ
    Same cart on same table here, great match!
     
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  9. mkane

    mkane Musics a Passion

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    Cloverdale,CA
    Forum member bought it from an estate sale. I purchased it from him. KAB fluid damper installed by me.
     
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  10. mkane

    mkane Musics a Passion

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    What I like most from some SA DD decks is that you don't have to touch anything, just push buttons for the most part. Much different that the manual decks with to cuing functions, as long as they work as there suppose to.
     
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  11. hockman

    hockman Forum Resident

    I love these decks! I use one regularly in rotation with my Basis Debut.

     
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  12. PhilBiker

    PhilBiker sh.tv member number 666

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    Not sure what you mean by "SA". All my turntables are Japan made Direct Drive Fully Auto tables from the 80s. My Realistic needs a tune up so I use it full manual, but I love my fully auto P-mount linear trackers. Press a button and it plays; returns the tonearm when it's done. LOVE that, especially in the living room with my toddler hanging around. My SL-J33 even has track programmability!
     
  13. Greenmonster2420

    Greenmonster2420 Forum Resident

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  14. mkane

    mkane Musics a Passion

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    Cloverdale,CA
    Sorry, semi-auto
     
  15. alan967tiger

    alan967tiger Forum Resident

    My new AN TT2 arrived yesterday. I ordered it in July so I was desperate to listen to my LPs.
    I think it’s too early to make insightful comments, however I’m very happy with the music its making.
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  16. Echoes Myron

    Echoes Myron Forum Resident

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    Lovely. Do you have an aluminum subplatter on your P3? If not you should definitely look into it!
     
  17. Guy E

    Guy E Senior Member

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    This is NOT my turntable; it belongs to a friend here in Antalya (I can't give any stats). He recently built the plywood cases.

    I was especially impressed with the vibration isolation pedestals that he designed and had custom-machined in stainless steel. Very elegant:
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  18. Memphisflash

    Memphisflash Forum Resident

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    yes I do
    Yes I do, and a rega bult upgrade and external power supply (yes, with all the upgrading, I could (should) have bought the P6
     
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  19. Echoes Myron

    Echoes Myron Forum Resident

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    Yeah with their new range there is not a lot of reason for aftermarket upgrades, unless one is keeping the table one already has of course.

    Regardless, I bet your souped up P3 w/Exact sounds pretty awesome.
     
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  20. Wngnt90

    Wngnt90 Forum Resident

    SA = Semi auto
     
  21. maglorine

    maglorine Well-Known Member

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    Fairport,NY
  22. myles

    myles Forum Resident

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    That's not how Rega owners do it though, is it? I speak from experience....joyful modding experience...
     
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  23. Echoes Myron

    Echoes Myron Forum Resident

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    Plus one here...modded mine while moving up the ladder. Started with an RP1 (to which I added Groovetracer sub & platter, along with a 2M Bronze cart) before moving on to RP6 tables bought on clearance (both also upgraded and both still in use) and finally to an RP10 (stock obviously, and very much in use).

    I moved the Groovetracer parts from the RP1 on to one of the RP6s, so no big loss. And had a lot of fun along the way!
     
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  24. Dubmart

    Dubmart Forum Resident

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    Bristol, UK
    I've always had a soft spot for the 25, I can only imagine how good it sounds with the upgrades, I was shocked at the improvement the 24V motor made to an old Planar 3 and the 25 is a much better starting point.
     
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  25. Memphisflash

    Memphisflash Forum Resident

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    Nice!! classic deck
     
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