Rumour has it if you read this thread backwards then all is clear.
Rega RP6 w/ Dynavector 10X5 & Gus's Subplatter & ME Technoweight & ME VTA adjuster | Rega DAC | Rega Brio-R | B&W 601 S3 | Rega Ear Mk2 | Grado SR60
Chord CrimsonPlus | Audioquest FLX/SLiP 14/4
Arcam rPAC | AKG K550
i'm guessing it involves marmite, an inflatable mattress and an empty bottle of Vichy water..
Is that still legal ?..............Gee whizz
Had another play today, confirming the 'Bodge set up' is making the TT highly sensative, yesterday, minute arm counter weight adjustment were audible, today it was VTA adjustment showing equal sensativity. There are a number of components, varying position, material and type, even removing some, 'changed' the sound, but that essential chest thumping base and musical authority remain. Obviously I still have a lot of essesment to do, its a good job its only my system I have to worry about. To geeky/tweaky as it stand for comercial consideration, however, you never know, I am thinking, how to make it universal?
Takes me back to my good old days in my previous life, looking for the happy medium and Holy Grail of perfect sound . . . will it ever happen??????
Is that cheese?
"Everything has been said before, but since nobody listens we have to keep going back and beginning all over again." André Gide
So when is the big "Reveal" cjsf ?
Seems like I'm going to have a few days at home with an eye patch, so looking forward to some seriously extended listening.
Pioneer tv + LX85, Sony HW15 Proj, Cyrus DAC XP+/Mono X300/CDXTSE2/PSXRx2, Vienna Acoustics Beethoven Baby Grands and Maestro centre, B&W CM1 surrounds /PV1D (9.1), CA BD751, Virgin TiVo, Inspire Rega t/t, Benz Glider MC, EAR 834P phono amp; Slee Novo Headphone Amp.TQ Black.
As said DC, all a bit tweaky at the moment, the TT looks a mess but works so well. Not sure how it woud apply to the 'Inspire TT'? But in essence its control of what the plinth, platter arm and cartidge are doing and thier synergy with each other? Rega have been working on this, looking at the double brace they now employ.
I think the 'Inspire' way of doing things could be improved on from what I'm doing now, but the method would have to be radical, not ready for that.
Originaly I thought it was a simple matter, but having taken things further (looked deeper) it needs more thought to sort the important elements from the dross, I need to reduce the twitchy over sensative nature of what I'm doing.
Enjoy you few days enforsed rest . . .
I think I'll be well-qualified for some "blind" testing
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