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  1. I listened to the entire series except the 26. I ended up choosing the 22 for how great the kids were.
  2. If you’re keen to stay with a Rega Cart, Ania all the way. Clearly superior.
  3. I did the year and did okay. However, I’ve always felt that it’s in long term listening and lack of fatigue where higher bit rates really win out. I thought for a long time that the big change happens when you go from 44.1 to 48. After that it’s diminishing returns, but still worthwhile. Having said that, it’s still so much down to mastering. Mastered specifically for 320kbps sounds better that a 24/96 file played at 320kbps. Good mastering is priceless! Try taking your highest resolution file and listen to it at progressively lower but rates. When you get to the bottom, go back to the top. No contest.
  4. Tortech with zero hum or noise. Super reliable now for three years.
  5. That cartridge is making me VERY nervous about my ability to resist buying one!
  6. That’s also the superseded model. Check out the Twenty5.24 instead.
  7. Thanks to all. Yes, I should explore going bigger. But, if I’m going to move to a floorstander, I’ll look at the .26 as well. However, a sub will give me more flexibility in placement, so I can not have the problem of losing the bass the larger speaker could provide. As for two subs for stereo, I’ve never been sold on it, although I admit it’s been a while since I last heard a set up like that.
  8. Does anyone own or has heard the Twenty5.sub? I’m thinking about adding one to my Twenty5.22
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