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Item: FS: AVID Ingenium TT, Michell Tecnoarm, Rega Exact cartridge plus Perspex cover Location: Cronulla NSW Price: $1,950 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: change of direction Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: Excellent complete TT package, including custom made Perspex cover. In as-new condition. Originally purchased and set up by Len Wallis Audio in Sydney. Pictures:
We are welcoming a new brand and re introducing an another into our showroom turntable display, the new brand is Soulines and we are putting ClearAudio back on display. That said we need to make some room so i have the following turntables available at a one off super special price. The following offer is on our one only showroom display models without cartridges Avid Ingenium Twin This unit has the arms installed but has never had a cartridge fitted to either arm hence never played.and includes 1 X Avid Ingenium Twin turntable in black 2 X Project 9" carbon arms 2 X 9" arm plate 1 X Ingenium Clamp Was $5,100, Special Price $2,392 Avid Ingenium The same turntable as listed above but in single arm configuration 1 X Avid Ingenium turntable in black 1 X Project 9" carbon arm 1 X 9" arm plate Was $2,299, Special Price $1,420 Unison Research Giro Made by Clear Audio for Unison Research this turntable offers outstanding performance for the money Was $5,300 Special Price $2,650 Please contact our staff directly on 02 9899 9079 or email@example.com to secure you new turntable or for more information! Interstate delivery can be arranged at an extra cost.
Hi guys, Any thoughts, opinions or recommendations between the Kuzma Stabi S and Avid Ingenium? I like listening to vocals (Nat King Cole, Diana Krall), jazz, soul, acoustic. Current setup is KEF R300's with Rega Brio-R amp. Love to hear your responses and experiences. Thanks, Luke
Having a vinyl collection laying dormant for many years and with the forced upgrade of a pre amp last year, I took the plunge and decided to get back into vinyl. I now have a Sound Reference turntable which to my ears plays very well, is easy to use and seems to do everything right. I have upgraded the cartridge to a Benz Micro Glider and I am blown away by the dynamics. A much more immediate and involving presentation than my CD player and I couldn't be happier. But I have this itch. The upgrade itch. I am considering buying another turntable. I will probably hang on to the SR turntable, but that could change depending on what I end up with. I will obviously keep the cartridge to use in the new turntable. I never knew there was such a passion for "old" turntables until I joined this forum. The workmanship in restoring and upgrading some of these beauties is incredible. And then I see the technical advances of the "newies" like the Kuzma, the Avid and the Pro-Ject RPM10 , I wonder will these "newies" outplay the oldies? Or are the oldies still doing the basics right and they also have the added attraction of being a piece of the past and still stand up and play with the best of them today. I do have a leaning towards bespoke products and could really see myself with a couple of turntables set up in the lounge room and just spinning away and thinking life is good....glass of red ....sorry about that, back on topic. So if I am looking towards an upgrade and considering what I am using now, what would be the next best step forward in my turntable evolution? As I am prepared to consider new and pre-loved, my budget is flexible and is between$1000 and $3000 for turntable and arm. I have trawled the classifieds here and there are some that catch my eye and some that I think are probably sold but still listed as FS. But again, I am looking for an upgrade so I am not really sure which ones would fall into that category. I really have a lot to learn about turntables in general and hope that I could get a range of opinions from the learned vinyl lovers and turntable "experts" in this forum. Maybe "upgrade" is the wrong angle and I should be looking towards a different flavour, a different sound, a different look. Thanks in advance for any advice. Cheers, Steve