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reverendclark 2nd February 2002 05:04 PM

Nkob
 
Hi, I'm new, having been dragged here by Dice45.

This looks to be more dynamic than some other lists, because it's new and people have to make the effort to join.

First, I'm a music nut, one who believed "perfect sound forever" and sold all my LPs in 1990. I've spent the past five years buying them all back.

Second, for a variety of reasons, I build my own stuff.

Third, along the lines of #2, with a partner now I'm building stuff for other people, having got into building turntables as Redpoint Audio in 2001.

Peter C

PassFan 2nd February 2002 07:28 PM

Turntable kits
 
HI:
Welcome to the board. Do you know any websites that deal with building turntables?

dice45 2nd February 2002 07:37 PM

Hey Peter,





welcome!





but ... sniffsnifsniff ... where is your partner?

"dynamic because being new": part of the truth. The spirit is different here, positive, enthusiastic, helpful. Quite different to other forums of same age or yournger I know but refuse to name.

reverendclark 2nd February 2002 08:46 PM

NKOB
 
Bernhard,

I suspect he's running around scrounging parts, like I have been half of the day. I hope he's been more successful than I have. I'll get on him about this.

Peter C

R. McAnally 2nd February 2002 10:07 PM

Re: Nkob
 
Hi Peter,

Nice to see another turntable guy -- hopefully there will be a dedicated TT forum soon. Do you know of any cheap and/or easy upgrades for a Tech. 1200? I haven't yet joined the esoteric TT community but I would like to do the best I can with what I have =).

Hope you like it here,

Quote:

Originally posted by reverendclark
Hi, I'm new, having been dragged here by Dice45.

This looks to be more dynamic than some other lists, because it's new and people have to make the effort to join.

First, I'm a music nut, one who believed "perfect sound forever" and sold all my LPs in 1990. I've spent the past five years buying them all back.

Second, for a variety of reasons, I build my own stuff.

Third, along the lines of #2, with a partner now I'm building stuff for other people, having got into building turntables as Redpoint Audio in 2001.

Peter C



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