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Old 9th July 2009, 06:16 PM   #2001
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Your model can do it well enough if in good shape and TT setup plus loading is checked out thoroughly.

MCs do their stuff too. Tip up mainly. Here is what Denon DL-160 does on Telarc Omnidisc through the Simplistic in two different ambient temperatures (15C dif).

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Old 9th July 2009, 06:20 PM   #2002
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that looks alright is that 4db lift very audible? do you like the denon 160 more than 103 and is low compliance like 103?
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Old 9th July 2009, 06:29 PM   #2003
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Strangely is not that audible. Its due to the tip mass on vinyl resonance, and it seems like it passes easier on music tracks than on noise grooves for testing. I remember Werner on TNT when testing some Lyra if I recall correctly, that when he pushed it down on the chart by underloading it lost it, but when looking peaky, was actually working subjectively OK. Its a combination of so many mechanical and electrical things, maybe we goof the current damping for amplitude's shake, which can be wrong.

*I like the 103 in another special ''half face'' rock or hardwood shell or nude. Else I like the 160 better.
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And ofcourse when we get older we lose some highfreqency hearing capability so it compensates?
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Not at 12-13kHz. I have checked it with 25 year old friend and we commented the same. I haven't met anybody who could hear beyond 15kHz on speakers and normal level and listening position. 20kHz it very faintly tracks when 15dB higher with closed headphones. Much dissipation and absorption in a room. But sibilance resides between 5-8kHz mainly. 12k is brilliance and the tail of highest pitch sibilance.
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Default Parts part

Hi salas,

Shinkohs are not available at 43K (series RIAA resistor). Should I persist with them making up the value with a series combination ?

Capacitors are on the way...
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// resistor ...I post back a little software to find the right value


found http://www.freedownloadsplace.com/Rv...load-24428.htm
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Hi salas,

Shinkohs are not available at 43K (series RIAA resistor). Should I persist with them making up the value with a series combination ?

Capacitors are on the way...
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Old 10th July 2009, 08:20 PM   #2010
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And ofcourse when we get older we lose some highfreqency hearing capability so it compensates?
It may sound strange but in my case, my hearing seems to get better with age..... I am as old as the original Ferrari 250 GTO...


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