Having happily listened to my Analogue Works TT1 through an on-board phono stage for the last few months, my ears and eyes are now turning once again to the potential of a dedicated phono stage.
Hello, been pondering stocking up on a replacement stylus for my Nag, so when the time comes I don't have to wait for it to arrive via snail mail. That got me thinking, how do you replace it?
Good evening, or morning, or afternoon wherever you are.
This is a personal review of the Analogue Works TT1 turntable, based on around 75 LPs worth of listening.
Anyway, to business. Equipment used:
As the proud and nervous owner of a new Nagaoka MP-200, I'm wondering how people clean their needles? I've seen the Nagaoka ckeaning fluid. Has anyone used it?
I have a new turntable and have a £500 budget for a phono stage. I've only ever used on-board stages, so I've no idea what sounds good with what.