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Old 22nd January 2012, 08:01 PM   #1
Timvp is offline Timvp
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Default ADC + Phono Preamp?

Hai everybody,

my home set up currently consists of a Lenco L76 + standard tonearm + standard cartridge. And I am thinking that's gotta change!

I have a Denon DL160 cartridge lying about that I'd be wanting to try out, also I am considering buying a Linn Basik Plus tonearm as a cheap upgrade.

Making a plinth would be one for next summer. For the cosy winter indoors I was thinking that it would be great to build a great RIAA eq + preamp + ADC (for converting those rare Jazzy records so I can listen to them in my car!). I could of course buy one (?) but seen I am strapped for dough, that is unlikely.

Any ideas anyone?

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