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Old 30th March 2009, 08:49 PM   #1521
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Old 30th March 2009, 08:57 PM   #1523
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As I am using the same preamp inputs for the CDP and the Riaa, I can not do quick comparisons due to the connect / disconnect cables procedure.

For what I can remenber, the CDP lacks trebble definition (A LOT) and can not recreate a big soundstage like the TT.

TT rules with big margin.

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Love to hear the caps breaking in.
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He, he, new avatar. Seems like you got a sonic Brand New Cadillac and there is no coming back.
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Old 30th March 2009, 09:09 PM   #1525
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Cruz ,bass ?

I read a little on tone arm ,in general the unipivot have better air , bearings bass firm...12 inch aree better and have minor error traking

at fist nylon on 3009 was the upgrade on steel knife-edge ! after marketing go for steel.....try bronze....

Salas suggestion for diy 12" arm ?!
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Old 30th March 2009, 09:16 PM   #1526
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Salas suggestion for diy 12" arm ?!
Don't know about DIY arms, I am no expert on this. An arm that I liked as a mechanical object with nothing to complain about its sound too, is SME V, but is way too expensive for me.
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nice Gretsch , cover that play clash too
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Just grab skunk anansie ,rock time (blues riff with add the six)
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Yes in London Calling. But this Stompin' Shoes one is way sneaky, especially cult for showing scenes from Russ Meyer's Faster Pussycat, Kill Kill Kill.
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Hi nicoch46

Bass is quite good... it is tightening as I write.

I have the following readings:

C2 Caps DMM Add 5%
(NEW) obbligato 47nF 45,1 47,36
45,2 47,46

(OLD)PIO 47nF 47nF 44,5 46,73
44,3 46,52

So I believe the difference in cap value here is not so important as in the 16n case.

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