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Wiffle

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    Steve

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  1. Thanks for all the tips folks. Will be sending it off this week! 🙂
  2. HI Folks, I've got a pickering xsv3000 (bought used with an Ariston TT) and it's due for a retip; it appears re-tipping is generally recommended for these carts as opposed to an aftermarket stylus. I was looking at either Garrott in Vic, or Joseph (used to be called Needlestein I believe, now on ebay) in the USA, and was wondering if anyone has experience with either of these services and this cart, or any other recommendations? Thanks in advance! Cheers, Steve 🙂
  3. Dammit Jon! First someone else beats me to your Lady GaGa soundtrack, and now you beat me to this? Maybe we can't be friends any more... Ok, I guess we can. 🙂
  4. I feel for you Chris, I'm in a similar situation... I hope the collection sells and you get back on your feet very soon.
  5. @Steffen there are no dimmer controlled lights in the house, and @BATMAQN the nearest TV is upstairs, was in standby (no-one watching) when the buzzing was going on, and it's on a different circuit... Bewildering, right? Cheers, Steve
  6. Hi Folks, I'm hoping someone can help me out here. I've got a Giesler Konverter running into a Holton 500 amp to Wyndham BR1's; Speaker cables are Aurealis 303 Litz and IC's are Aurealis XLR Dragons (also Litz). For about a week now I've been getting an intermittent buzz (not a hum) through the speakers. I've isolated it to some form of induction through the IC's ( I think). If the IC's are disconnected from the power amp, but the amp is on and connected to the speakers, all is silent. If the IC's are disconnected from the Pre/Dac, I still get the buzz. Like I said it's intermittent; right now it's a buzz of a second or half second every 3-15; 2 hours ago it was going 60% of the time. When it's really persistent, the transformer hum is also audible (from c.10-15cm). What can I do?! It's driving me nuts!!!! Cheers, Steve 🙂
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