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  1. Another Richter, only listening to the Adagio tonite.
  2. Just saw this post, I would definitely visit Apollo hifi, they will probably have more variety to suit your budget. And also try Addicted to Audio.
  3. I also been to LWA many times and have bought things from them, even got them to re solder my TT clips, very good service. I once visited with my mate and told them we are not going to buy anything on the day but they still spent a bit of time to setup some speakers for us to listen to, use my own CDs...etc i obviously didn’t dress like a rich guy and I am not anyway. i haven’t had any bad experience with them. i also had good experience with Audio Connection, Michael is very good and Apollo Hifi Nick is good...I bought my first pair of speakers there. I guess also dependin
  4. I only have one...it came with a bulk buy. I dont have many oz pressings...but this one definitely better than cd
  5. Byron Janis, this is an Australian pressing, SQ is not bad at all.
  6. I did exactly the same a year ago when we moved from a house to an apartment! You can imagine that! I got rid of lots of stuff that I don't use. For music, I got rid of some CDs, records, amp, cd players and speakers.. etc that I either not use, not listen to or even barely use eg. study setup. I realised we buy more and store away sometimes if we have the space. Now, I only buy records and cds that I would listen to, and at least more than half of songs that I like otherwise not gonna buy them. Just keep one system although I have 2 TT... Everytime I want to buy something new,
  7. I believe you should hear a noticeable difference... I done some of the rega mod in the past and been there done that, it was a bit of a waste of money, not saying the mod won't improve but it is nit worth the effort to me. Also the more you did to it the further away from the original rega sound it would be. If that is the case why not buy a different TT...PSU and rewiring is probably the only mod you would want to do with the lower rega model. But i would use the money to get the new model up is the way to go. I don't think a mod 3 can compare to an 8 at all sorry to say that but t
  8. Further information: Selling this for my mate, he purchased 2 years ago at Apollo Hifi, still have the receipt if required. Only played a few times, say 50 hours max. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads for each item If you include any reference to pricing whatsoever in this section (excluding RRP), your ad will not be approved If you don't include photographs of the actual item being sold, your ad will not be approved
  9. Look at young Maxim, exactly when I saw him at the SOH years ago. One of the great violinists he is.
  10. Well, bought it couple of months ago but just opened today. Will see how this compare to the one I had couples of years ago.
  11. Early drinks in the office, well we started lunch time at the pub...
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