After some advice, i know i will need to judge for myself but just in case someone else has done the same thought i'd ask.
I have had to move all my audio out of a dedicated room, as we have moved to a new apartment, issue i have now is i cannot fit all the Audio in one area. I have tried various ways to have the room setup but this seems the only way that i can and keep the Mrs happy and acoustics as i like them as well.
The best I can do is have my Turntable on the opposite side of the room away from the Pre/Power/CDP etc, but that would mean having a 5m long cable run. I can hide the cable so aesthetics aren't an issue, i am just used to the 'short as possible' approach with turntables.
I have a couple of TTs, a Pro-Ject 1Xperience and a vintage Sansui (im repairing) that do the job i need; for now. These are fed into a Parasound P5/A31 combo at the moment, no need for both simultaneously.
So i have two choices:
- Run the long cable into the P5 phono stage
- Connect TT's to new phono stage (close to TT's) and feed that into a P5 input
What would you do in this situation? All advice or anecdotal experience welcome.