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ArneS

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  1. I’ve very recently set up these bookshelves in a new room after a long break. I’m amazed at the detail and soundstage! And I paid $$850 new (and probably still a steal in terms of sound quality at that price)
  2. You get it! That’s a lot. For what I spent on things it was a cheap easy way to make your home sound stellar
  3. Yep. That’s right. hand machined spikes. Aero grade steel.
  4. Exact Mk2 cartridge + power supply upgrade. This sounds like a much more expensive table. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  5. Further information: Selling my near new P3. Exact Mk2 cartridge + some serious power supply upgrade work. This has widened the sound stage and reduced the noise floor substantially and given it a super glossy sound. It’s magic. Just beautiful. This sounds like a much more expensive table. Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  6. Longish post, however I want to write about a few simple tricks that many hi-fi heads will already be well familiar with, but took me years to learn about, or learn the value of, which profoundly improved the way my music sounded through a system I thought was incapable of that level of performance. And I did it for next to nothing. I recall after buying my first set of real speakers, walking back into the hi-fi shop and asking if it was possible to get another set of fronts to run together with the ones I’d just bought. This because I just wasn’t hearing what I wanted to hear from
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