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  1. Love my sansui - analogue, fun to watch whilst changing settings and provides another gizmo to fool around with! I even used the room eq setup and sounds great. Best part is that it is a piece of cake to use for any source input via the hookup through amp. Do I use it all the time - hardly ever, but when I do it is fun.
  2. Bargain. I had this system for years and that lens is awesome in low light. GLWS.
  3. Thanks again everyone for the interest but this is again SOLD (deposit paid) pending pick up. Special thanks for the eggs tip - worked a treat!
  4. Absolutely the one arm I wish I bought for this. Would be very sweet.
  5. Okay, that was short lived - buyer told by his Mrs "NO". Back on the market!
  6. SOLD pending P and P. Will update if changes after coming weekend. Cheers.
  7. Further information: This was for sale previously however I have decided to add an extra arm to my Techdas TT for mono and I will be keeping the arm. Everything else in the previous sale is included save the arm, hence the massive price drop. I also found an extra strobe sticker that goes under the outer platter. You don't need this yet as the one under the outer platter is perfect. Previous sale here: This is a great project - just add the arm of your choice but please make sure it fits the Linn profile as the Mober sub-chassis is design
  8. As teenager growing up in the '80's, cassettes were not a ripoff, they were awesome. Were they better than vinyl - absolutely, in a car or in a walkman. The ability to take your music with you everywhere was where it was at especially when you got your first car which you and your mates ripped out the standard clunker and put in a fine pioneer, jvc or akai. I often think the indulgences we have today with almost anything available everywhere is similar. I am heavily invested in vinyl as I love it and I believe sounds the best. Still pretty useless though on a long car trip.
  9. Hi @scuzzii and @cheekyboy. I have a Techdas Airforce V. It can take 4 arms but only have one attached at moment. I would need to buy an arm attachment and the one I like is made in Italy but is substantially cheaper than a techdas. It seems they make arms for tonearms as shown here: http://www.audiogears.it/category.php~idx~~~222~~MICRO+SEIKI+TONEARM+BASES~.html Phono cable is all cool - seems just any 5 pin DIN.
  10. Hi John @scuzzii, great arm. I cannot seem to find what mounting arm this fits, is it SME, Rega or something else? Also is there a phono cable included (may be the item in the box pic but cannot quite see). Cheers, Rod
  11. Nothing and it is awesome. Having spent a considerable amount on both new and old records I am now firmly in the original camp. Kills most new pressings everyday for sound stage. I only buy new vinyl if the price of originals is prohibitive.
  12. It's uncanny that this speaker setup is exactly the same as mine. Whoever gets these should definitely get the iso acoustic feet. They make an awesome speaker even better. Much more open if you will. And if you have carpet like I do, I also spot the feet have the carpet discs - again another must. Bargain to be had here.
  13. I have exactly the same speaker. They are wonderful and the wood finish excellent. GLWS.
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