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  1. Brand new and unopened. Audio origami's reference 1m RCA interconnect. Perfect for phono pre to amp use, but also a great cable for any RCA connected component. This is the same wire and connection as his 5 pin (DIN) to RCA Phono cable, which I use on my Linn Ekos Tonearm. Note: this is the standard RCA version of this cable. This wire is used on his $4,000 hand made PU-7 Tonearm. Further information: Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seperate ads fo
  2. Further information: Audio origami's reference 1m RCA interconnect. Perfect for phono-amp use, but also a great cable for any RCA connected component. This is the same wire and connection as his 5 pin (DIN) to RCA Phono cable, which I use on my Linn Ekos Tonearm. Note - this is not a DIN cable, nor does it have an earth lead. its a standard RCA>RCA Interconnect. This cable is used on his hand made PU-7 Reference Tonearm. Photos: PLEASE READ If you are advertising multiple items, you must post one bulk price only, or post seper
  3. Further information: The Clamp It is an ideal upgrade for any collector. It utilises a clamp mechanism which you place around the centre spindle of your turntable. Importantly, it does not add weight, which is ideal for turntables with smaller bearings. You can fine-tune the pressure according to the condition of your records. 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
  4. Further information: Audio origami's reference 1m RCA interconnect. Perfect for phono-amp use, but also a great cable for any RCA connected component. This is the same wire and connection as his 5 pin (DIN) to RCA Phono cable, which I use on my Linn Ekos Tonearm. This cable is used on his $4,000 hand made PU-7 Tonearm. 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 sectio
  5. How would you describe the sonic qualities of these? I've read that Studio Connections cables can be a bit revealing of noise or upper midrange/treble glare in systems...
  6. Sheesh. What is a good kid like me doing in a hostile discussion like this!? As said in the first post, I believe good cables make a difference - especially if you've got components of equal quality up and downstream. I use main power conditioning, own $400 speaker cables, I have a $350 USB cable. The latter cable showed such instant improvement to my streaming setup that It was as though I'd swapped the DAC for a better one (Curious cable FYI). I went back and forth on it also, not believing my ears. Snake oil? Money down the drain? I'm sure the good folks over at audiosciencerev
  7. Hi Vinyl and TT community. I've recently inherited some pretty decent analogue gear from my father who's downsizing. I don't really come from a Turntable background - I do have records and recently sold a Technics 1200mk5 on classifieds, but was more into it in a kind of token way, with my real focus being on streaming, DACS, and Tidal etc (Forgive me oh wise ones!). I do, however, take HIFI and accessories seriously. I like to have nice interconnects and cable so not to bottleneck performance. So now my attention has shifted to analogue, mainly because I
  8. Yeah, thats fair. I hadn't thought about the 1200 upgrade path. I've heard of amazing results. I'm busy though and like to keep it simple. I think at a certain point its not about what's better or worse sounding. Its like ice cream. I've had this for 10 years, and It's time to try a different flavour. I'm inheriting A Clearaudio Performance DC with a Linn Ekos SE tonearm and Linn Akiva cart with Linto Phono.
  9. Yeah, thats fair. I hadn't thought about the 1200 upgrade path. I've heard of amazing results. I'm busy though and like to keep it simple. I think at a certain point its not about what's better or worse sounding. Its like ice cream. I've had this for 10 years, and It's time to try a different flavour. I'm inheriting A Clearaudio Performance DC with a Linn Ekos SE tonearm and Linn Akiva cart with Linto Phono. If I'm disappointed by the SQ of that setup compared to the SL1200, Then I'l really have to do some audiophile soul searching...
  10. It's whatever stylus the good blokes at The Record Store in Sydney replaced it with about a year ago. Edit: Found the packaging - Gold-ring Diamond cost $50
  11. They are an awesome thing, and I had planned to own it forever. My dad is more or less giving me a Clearaudio performance TT with Linn Ekos arm and Akiva Cart. I only have space for 1 setup with a kid on the way - so It has to go. Hopefully to someone who appreciates it. letting go of an era!
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