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Old 8th May 2012, 11:25 PM   #22951
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I'm a proud supporter of Elector on my second 3yr. renewal, most audiophile mags have 10min. of reading and an hour of laughing. I rather watch a classic SNL on Netflix.
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Do you mean Elektor the electronics magazine

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Old 8th May 2012, 11:50 PM   #22953
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The easiest measurements to understand for the Vendetta Phono stage were done by Bascom King for 'Audio' magazine about 1990.
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Old 9th May 2012, 09:10 AM   #22955
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It looks like a very, very nice phono stage, there is no denying that.
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Originally Posted by scott wurcer
I'm a proud supporter of Elector on my second 3yr. renewal, most audiophile mags have 10min. of reading and an hour of laughing. I rather watch a classic SNL on Netflix.


I used to get Elektor many years ago. On your recommendation I may start again.
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On the other hand, I don't read 'Elector', and that is one of the FEW magazines that I don't read. Why? Because I find most amateur contributions 'sophomoric' and boring. I don't mean to be critical, but I would rather read through a true engineering magazine, any day.
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You are far too critical in this regard John. Lighten up a bit :-)
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I'm a proud supporter of Elector on my second 3yr. renewal, most audiophile mags have 10min. of reading and an hour of laughing. I rather watch a classic SNL on Netflix.


I used to get Elektor many years ago. On your recommendation I may start again.
Be warned it is heavily oriented toward microprocessor stuff these days.
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