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RE: Croft Acoustics RIAA or Graham Slee Reflex M

Why not give Peter a call at Deco Audio. He is a Croft dealer and a very helpfull knowledgeable chap. He may be able to help you put with a home demo. I cant recommend Croft enough. Fantastic gear for the money!  Smile

http://www.decoaudio.com/deco_audio_phono_stages.html

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RE: Croft Acoustics RIAA or Graham Slee Reflex M

edplaysdrums42 wrote:

Why not give Peter a call at Deco Audio. He is a Croft dealer and a very helpfull knowledgeable chap. He may be able to help you put with a home demo. I cant recommend Croft enough. Fantastic gear for the money!  Smile

http://www.decoaudio.com/deco_audio_phono_stages.html

 

Thanks Ed, I may just do that. I did see the page you have linked during my "research".

Analogue Works TT1 > Onkyo > B&W CM9

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RE: Croft Acoustics RIAA or Graham Slee Reflex M

Think I'm going to park this for now. The SQ from the Onkyo on-board stage really is quite good with the Analogue Works TT1/Nag MP-200 combination. 

Analogue Works TT1 > Onkyo > B&W CM9

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RE: Croft Acoustics RIAA or Graham Slee Reflex M

Waxy wrote:

Think I'm going to park this for now. The SQ from the Onkyo on-board stage really is quite good with the Analogue Works TT1/Nag MP-200 combination. 

 

Good idea. Just enjoy the music and forget everything else Smile

 

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