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  1. And yet, the Mofi Silver Series Dead Can Dance titles are outstanding.
  2. I find Japanese vinyl varies a lot. More often than not, rock recordings are thin, lacking bottom end, but every so often you find a great sounding one. On the other hand, I've read many times that their jazz titles are great sounding. Maybe we need a thread on good and bad sounding Japanese titles - could be very useful.
  3. You will get many different opinions on that. I like the big, bold sound of idlers because I think that's closest to how live bands sound. Others will say that belt-drives do delicacy and detail better. Others again will say it's all about speed consistency and that because of this, direct-drive is the only way to go. I think you need to listen to as many variants as you can and see what floats your boat. Other people's opinions are just that.
  4. Those orange discs and "bits and bobs" are Owen's kit. So, you buy Owen's kit from Owen, the ultrasonic bath and rotisserie off of Ebay and then put it together (literally a 10 minute job). Click on the link below if you want to read all about it.
  5. I went for an idler and have no regrets.
  6. I assume atra4 is grabbing all 4 of them? If not, I'll have one pair.
  7. The way I read it is that the turntable, tonearm and cartridge are for sale separately, with the tonearm being $6800.
  8. Brilliant! Very well done. I wish I had the skills.
  9. Wow! This is something I would like to hear. So this is in New Zealand and pick-up only, correct?
  10. I'll go second if the above falls through.
  11. Since you are amenable to a project, have a look at lencoheaven.net for inspiration.
  12. I'll take one pair if still available, thanks. PM sent with intent to buy.
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