So keep the brio and get a new cart?
Amp on the back burner for minute
I have also gone back to copper speaker cable too, so much nicer sounding over Rumour (silver plate)
You be carfull what you say Steve, 'prefering copper cable' is herecy on here mate . . .
No it is NOT!!!
I've state some times that in my system didn't like silver cables, to bright! My Supra are cooper with tin bath and love them.
You have to draw a line some where, and Steve is drawing his...
Jesus wept !!. I hope your chill pill kicked in over night .
Synesthesia? Ideophonic? (Where's Andrew?)
You see a metal tweeter and the sound seems metallic. (And silk domes sound 'silky'.)
Valves are warm and they glow so the sound seems warm.
A cartridge body is carved from wood so the sound is 'organic'.
You can touch an LP so sound from vinyl is 'tangible'.
Just a thought.
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They will be after you as well HiFi Outlaw . . . herecy and treason, lock you up in the Tower and throw away the key, off with his head!!!
or is that 'tin bath' every Friday night in front of the fire 'love them' . . .
Cables is cables FFS
Speakers/Amps/Carts are a different matter!
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You little tinker
??? . . . all goes to make up the whole Steve, otherwise we might as well use 'bell wire'
probabyl should of just said a nice thick quality OFC will be fine!
You may have just cra**ed your own thread here Steve ,lol.
I was begining to get bored though
Aye and someone else was casting a fly.
ive bitten, grrrrr
. . .
At least we got as far as the 10x5 is worth while
Don't you go there...
You broke the Rega sinergy by buying a Dynavector cart... ;)
In a few months time you may change your opinion too regardering cables.
I didn't quite got that bit...
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