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  1. Two things I need help with. (im not a techie so looking for an expert to help). Firstly, I'm getting some hum coming from my turntable. I have identified that its coming from the left channel of the junction box (see photo) on my VPI Classic. It seems that the RCA connection is loosened so it might need tightening and resoldering inside. Is there someone in the Melbourne area that can come around and fix it (in-situ) at my home in inner city Melbourne. I dont really want to cart the turntable around town. Secondly, I need the same technician, who has experience with the VPI JMW memorial tone arm to tweak the cartridge set-up. Its going well, but I'm sure its not set up optimally so someone with expertise in both these areas who lives locally and willing to come around and do this would be great. Naturally, for the trouble, I'm happy to come up with mutually agreable arrangement in terms of payment. Many thanks -T
  2. Item: VPI TNT Mk 2 Turntable with SDS speed controller (reduced price) Location: Newcastle Price: $2500 (reduced from $3500) Item Condition: excellent; see notes Reason for selling: downsizing Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal Extra Info: Note: This is a reduced-price offer of the turntable and controller only. The tone arms and cartridges are optional extras. The TNT series, designed by VPI’s Harry Westfield, is well known for its ability to transform vinyl playback into something very special. It presents with authority and weight, reveals the all-important midrange magic, and provides plenty of detail and air. Ambiance retrieval from good vinyl with an accurate setup is excellent. This TNT Mk 2 model displays all of these qualities. The package includes the following: - Turntable, platter, motor, drive bands, and spring-loaded footers - VPI SDS speed controller (33 rpm only) - Tone arm board (this is reversible with two mounting holes, one for flush mounting and the other for elevated mounting) - VPI record clamp - replacement drive bands PRICE: $2500 (reduced from $3500) - Audiomods Classic 2 Tonearm with adjustable VTA mounted with an Ortofon Bronze MM cartridge (as seen in photos) - additional $350 - Rega RB250 tonearm with Origin Live adapter, Origin Live VTA adjuster sleeve, with Clear Audio Aurum Beta S Wood MM cartridge - additional $200 Note that this controller/motor/drive band combination does not have the torque to start the platter spinning. A slight manual spin by the user, using the record clamp, is needed as you press the motor’s power button. It takes only one second. This solution has worked for many years and has helped preserve the motor. The turntable is available for a no-obligation audition at residence in Newcastle. Shipping to Australian destinations is possible at buyer’s cost. Set up by an experienced enthusiast or professional is required. https://www.vpiindustries.com/tnt2 Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
  3. Item: VPI HR-X turntable & JMW12.6 tonearm & SDS motor/speed controller Location: Sydney West NSW 2190 Price: $7900 Item Condition: EXCELLENT Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal(+3%), COD Only Extra Info: A hard decision to make, I hope I don't regret. It could be someone's end game turntable, comes with all accessories and extra set of belts. local pick up and inspection welcome. please send PM if you have any questions, happy to answer what I know. I also have a Herron VTPH-2 MC/MM phono stage for sale, happy to make a bundle deal if need to be. There is no cartridge included in the price. Review and specs: https://www.stereophile.com/turntables/506vpi/index.html https://www.stereophile.com/content/vpi-hr-x-turntable-jmw126-tonearm-specifications Pictures:
  4. Item: VPI TNT 3 with 4 upgrade Turntable, With Power Supply Full clear acrylic cover and base. (No Stylus) Ortofon Jubilee Stylus (Retiped by Expert Stylus & Cartridge Co England, Approx. 200 hrs use) available at extra cost (Negotiable.) Location: Melbourne Northern Suburbs Price: $5000 Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: Personal Payment Method: Pickup - Cash Only. This table is very heavy and will be difficult to ship. Extra Info: This is a highly rated B Class table. The table is in excellent condition, only selling due to personal reasons. Ortofon Jubilee Stylus (Retiped by Expert Stylus & Cartridge Co England, Approx. 200 hrs use) available at extra cost (Negotiable). Pictures:
  5. Item: VPI Aries II, 10.5 JMW Unipivot Arm, Lyra Dorian Cartridge Location: Whiteheads Creek 3660 Price: $3650 Item Condition: Excellent 9+/10 Reason for selling: to finance other project Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Wire Extra Info: Ever wanted to get into vinyl, well here's your chance to own one of the very best turntables made! This is an Australian delivered turntable and not a modified motor version... its super quiet! Selling my beloved VPI Aries II turntable with JMW 10.5 Unipivot Arm and Lyra Dorian Cartridge. I'm the original owner of this brilliant system, the Lyra has only maybe 150 hrs on it. Everything is in fantastic condition!! I don't care who says what, you simply cant beat the sound of a well designed turntable when setup correctly. Hands down this system kicks butt against SACD in every department... most noticeably in soundstage, imaging, harmonics and yes even dynamics has an advantage, you also get presence like no digital system can offer, and I'm even talking DCS digital gear too! This combo is super quiet, even the oldest records come over with the least amount of clicks and pops. I used this combo with Graham Slee's MC Elevator EXP and Era Gold V phono stage.... WoW best describes this combo!! For an extra $1200 I'm happy to consider also selling the Graham Slee system to the buyer of this turntable, but I will not sell the Graham Slee gear separately - sorry. It comes with the heavy record centre weight (as pictured) and I will supply a new belt. Will ship Australia wide at buyers cost, estimated shipping 150 -> $250 + insurance (depends on local) or I'm happy for the buyer to collect, my location is approximatly 1 hour north of Melbourne. I will deliver to the Melbourne metro area free of charge (10% deposit first required, bank wire ok) Pictures: these pictures simply don't do this table justice, its immaculate, you will not find a better example, there is not a mark anywhere on it, pure beauty when sitting in with a system and better again when playing. The Aries II turntable is regarded as the next best thing to a VPI TNT!
  6. Item: VPI Traveller V2 Turntable (no cartridge) Location: Sydney Price: $1300 including the custom made dust cover that I had (will include delivery by courier so long as it's reasonable cost - I've used Couriers Please a few times and am satisfied with them) Item Condition: Excellent Reason for selling: NLR Payment Method: Pickup – Cash preferred but I have the box so can post at buyers cost. Extra Info: Australian delivered stock from Krispy Audio and I purchased it from there second hand in May 2016. It’s in excellent condition with no marks whatsoever on the unit. Interestingly, even though it’s Aus delivered, I cannot find the serial number anywhere on the unit? Checked the box and it may have been written there but the tag could’ve been taken off? Comes with original box, instructions and packaging. Perspex lid was made locally in Sydney and is in excellent condition. It may be quite difficult to pack and post. Beautifully made turntable, as usual from VPI, and sounds divine with the right cartridge. I’ve enjoyed it immensely since owning it as I’m sure the next owner will too. Forgot to mention that the hideous lounge is sadly not included.
  7. Item: VPI Aries II, 10.5 JMW Unipivot Arm, Lyra Dorian Cartridge Location: Seymour area 3660 Price: $3500 Item Condition: Excellent 9+/10 Reason for selling: Upgrading Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank Wire Extra Info: Selling my VPI Aries II turntable with JMW 10.5 Unipivot Arm and Lyra Dorian Cartridge. I'm the original owner of this brilliant system, the Lyra has only maybe 150 hrs on it. Everything is in fantastic condition!! I don't care who says what, you simply cant beat the sound of a well designed turntable when setup correctly. Hands down this system kicked butt against SACD in every department... most noticeably in soundstage, imaging, harmonics and yes even dynamics is a huge advantage, you also have presence like no digital system can ever offer, and I'm even talking about DCS digital gear too! . This combo is super quiet, even the oldest records come over with the least amount of clicks and pops. I used this combo with Graham Slee's MC Elevator EXP and Era Gold V phono stage.... WoW best describes this combo!! For an extra $1200 I'm happy to consider also selling the Graham Slee phono stage system to the buyer of the turntable, but I will not sell the Graham Slee hear as seperate items - sorry. Will ship Australia wide at buyers cost, estimated shipping 150 -> $250 + insurance (depends on local) or happy for buyer to collect Pictures: these pictures simply don't do this table justice, its immaculate, you will not find a better example, there is not a mark anywhere on it, pure beauty when sitting in with a system and better again when playing. The Aries II turntable is regarded as the next best thing to a VPI TNT!
  8. Item: VPI 17 Record Cleaning Machine Location: Mornington Peninsula Price: $1000 OBO (will deliver free to Melb Metro) Item Condition: Very Good (but lid does have small cracks where it was cut) Reason for selling: Selling record collection and will not be needed moving forward Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: VPI Model 17 RCM VG condition cleans records beautifully. Has a 2 direction rotation so very dirty records can get a good scrub, auto pump and brush works perfectly. Spare brush included, will supply Cleaning fluid F.O.C as well if bought and delivered locally. Interstate sale/ delivery may be a challenge as the unit is heavy and I would need to look at the logistics involved. Please note I will not send cleaning fluid via Post or Courierr etc Pictures:
  9. Item: VPI ARIES 3 TURNTABLE (Complete System) Location: MELBOURNE Price: $6500 (RRP as featured in excess of $11,000 AUD) Item Condition: EXCELLENT (presents as new & unmarked) Reason for selling: PACKING UP FOR HOME RENOVATIONS (also check out my other listings!) Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD, Direct Deposit Extra Info: See below: Up for grabs serious vinyl lovers is my awesome ARIES 3 including the JMW MEMORIAL CLASSIC 3, 10.5” TONEARM with Nordost Valhalla wiring. Comes complete with all standard accessories, owner's manual, JMW Precision metal Alignment Jig and original packaging. Magnificent as this deck is in its standard configuration I have elevated its sonics to even further heights by implementing the following additions/upgrades and these are all included in the sale: SDS (240/120V Synchronous Drive System): http://vpiindustries.com/sds.html (approx. $1000 USD) Upgraded VPI Metal Platter (approx. $900 USD) (Original Acrylic Platter also included, see the indicative pic #6) Upgraded VPI Feet (similar to those on the reference HRX model) for extra level of isolation (approx. $450 USD) (Original Conical Feet also included for a lower profile appearance, see the idicative pic #6) VPI Deluxe Derlin Stainless Steel Clamp ($150 USD) Soundsmith Counter Intuitive for VPI Tonearms ($50 USD) Also included is: · Additional new VPI Motor in Stainless Steel Housing (as a spare and/or for alternative look) I purchased this unit brand new in the U.S. some 3 years ago and it performed flawlessly at all times. I found it be a wonderful player that sounds as gorgeous as it looks. Here is couple of links to some of the enthusiastic appraisals available online: http://www.enjoythemusic.com/superioraudio/equipment/0708/vpi_aries_3.htm http://www.audiophilia.com/reviews/2016/5/25/the-vpi-aries-turntable Please note, whilst pics 1 to 5 are that of my actual unit, I have also added a stock photo, pic #6 to show an alternative configuration when fitted with the standard acrylic platter and conical feet, both of which I am including in this sale. As noted above I also have a complete spare motor housed in a stainless steel (not pictured) which would render an alternative look. Please also note there is no inclusion of cartridge in the sale. Would very much prefer a local pick up, but can ship nationally if buyer wishes to account for required insurance and courier costs. Genuinely interested parties, please feel free to ask any questions via PM. Richard
  10. Item: Spares for VPI HW-19 Turntable Location: Perth Price: $100.00 + Postage Item Condition: New & Unused Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash - Bank Transfer Extra Info: The following items are new, never been unwrapped. I ordered them direct from VPI in New Jersey for my HW-19 but never used them, I had sold the turntable before they arrived. Included are 4 X new feet, 3 X motor cover screwed caps, 1 X drive belt & 1 X 3 piece record clamp.
  11. Item: New Spares for VPI HW-19 Turntable Location: Perth Price: $80.00 + Postage Item Condition: New & Unused Reason for selling: No longer required Payment Method: Pickup - Cash - Bank Transfer Extra Info: The following items are new, never been unwrapped. I ordered them direct from VPI in New Jersey for my HW-19 but never used them, I had sold the turntable before they arrived. Included are 4 X new feet, 3 X motor cover screwed caps, 1 X drive belt & 1 X 3 piece record clamp.
  12. Phoenix engineering Eagle PSU In a previous thread I posted about the problems I was having with the speed of my VPI Aries 3. It was running slow and it was clear that the size of the pulley on the motor way slightly too small. So the table ran slow. VPI's solution was buy an SDS power supply. Which it would have had but my secondhand unit did not. Fair enough although I would have thought the basic mechanics on a very expensive table would more precise than 31 or 32 rpm. Thread here http://www.stereo.net.au/forums/index.php?/topic/69295-vpi-running-slow-motor-capacitor/ In the interim I wound some Teflon tape around the pulley as a temporary solution. It worked better than I expected. But still not great. So rather than buy the VPI SDS unit I decided to try the Phoenix engineering Eagle PSU plus Road runner tachometer. http://www.phoenix-engr.com/#!/ http://hifiheaven.net/store/Phoenix-Engineering-Eagle-15-Watt-High-Power-PSU-Turntable-Speed-Controller?filter_name=Eagle&sort=pd.name&order=ASC Note that I could not use the cheaper Phoenix Falcon PSU because my Aries has a 10W motor. The Falcon is only good up to 5W. The Eagle seems to be the same thing but with an external amp to give it the extra grunt I needed The pair set me back about $1100 by the time I landed it here in Oz. The reason to choose the Eagle over the VPI SDS (AU$1800) is that 1) it's significantly cheaper and 2) more importantly the roadrunner unit actively monitors and adjusts the rotational speed in real time. I ordered the unit online (as above) and after a PayPal transaction and a note to tell them to configure it for 230V 50Hz my unit was sent out and arrived about a week later. The pics below show what you get. Everything you need except for a power cord for your region is included. The switch mode power supply's are for use anywhere in the world but you do need an adaptor for the roadrunner wall wart ( std US) and a standard IEC power cord (same as any regular computer power cable) for the Eagle PSU. I plugged it all in without the need for the instructions and everything worked fine. No tools are required. The roadrunner works by sticking a magnet on the platter and then using a Hall effect detector to time the speed of the platter. The tiny magnet has some tack on the underside so it went on the base of the platter and the sensor has a peel off backing which then sticks to the table itself. I didn't quite get it square when I stuck it on ( on my haste) so mine is not perfect but it works just fine. I didn't try to peel it off in case something went wrong. It's not beautiful but it's at the back of the platter so you can't see it anyway. With everything plugged in I then fired it up. The first thing I noted was that the roadrunner said the table was running at 31.4xx rpm and then over the next 5 or 10 seconds it adjusted the speed until I had 33.333 plus or minus a bit rpm. It seems that with my table I don't get a constant perfect 33.333 rpm. It always has a bit of wobble - plus or minus about 0.01 rpm. No idea how much of an error is normal for a belt drive TT. Whatever the case I now have an Aries 3 that to my ear runs at the right speed. I am very happy with the Eagle/roadrunner solution and would recommend this combination to anyone with a table that operates with an AC synchronous motor. The only caveat I can see is if there is not enough space under the platter for the magnet and the detector to fit. Of course the magnet could go on the outside edge of the platter with the sensor turned sideways somehow. Also I guess a magnet near the cartridge is not a good idea but on the big VPI platter it's not a problem and I can't see it being a problem for most others. Could it be better? It's a minor gripe but in my view the cable spaghetti is not great and it would be better if it could all be built into one box like the SDS. It no deal breaker though and since it's behind the table it's not a problem. Sorry about my crappy iPAD photos. Came in three boxes. All the supplied bits. You have to add an IEC power cable for your country and if you get the roadrunner you will also need a US power adaptor for the roadrunner wall wart power supply. The roadrunner option with its PSU. The Eagle power amp with its IEC universal power adaptor. You have to supply your own power cable to this. The two small units are about the size of a cigarette box while the eagle power amp is bigger but not huge - smaller than I thought from the photos on the Internet. It sits in your hand. Back of the three units Everything plugged in: cable spaghetti The tiny magnet that you stick to the platter base I didn't quite get the sensor in the right place in terms of being square with the centre of the platter but it still works fine. Note the streak of silver under the platter is the magnet approaching the sensor at 33.3 rpm The amp didn't fit on my equipment rack but the wall behind the rack turned out to be a perfect spot for it. Note the speed is not absolutely rock solid. I attribute this variation to the motor, belt and table not the PSU.
  13. Item: VPI Nomad turntable Location: BerowraPrice: $1,495 (RRP $1,795) including postage to anywhere in Australia.Item Condition: Brand new in boxPayment Method: AnyExtra Info: The Nomad has an in-built phono stage and Ortofon 2M Red cart installed at the factory, so is plug-and-play into any of your auxiliary inputs. It has an RCA terminal block at the rear so you can use any RCA interconnects. This is the last unit we have. VPI recently evolved this model into the Player which is $1,995 with a metal platter and a few other changes, so $1,495 for a new VPI is imo a steal!
  14. A friend has finally got some money in the bank and is looking to upgrade his turntable. "Third," he says to me (for we are on a first-name basis), "I went to the local retailer who sells Pro-Ject, he sold me the Pro-Ject bottom-of-the-line Debut Carbon a few years back. Now I'm aiming at the top end of the store. The best turntable I've heard has been a Linn Sondek. I'm wondering which of these will get me that." I'm in two minds on this, because there's lots of good TTs at the $2k mark second-hand. Anyway, what he saw today: Pro-Ject One Expression Carbon Classic $1599 Thorens TD 206/ TD 209 $1195 http://www.thorens.com/turntables/drives/td-209.html VPI Traveller (the most expensive in the shop) $2,999 http://www.vpiturntable.com/vpi-traveler/ He's a rock music listener with a preference for real punk (c 1978 and the Pixies). Speakers are KEFs and B&Ws. What's the best advice I can give my friend?
  15. I recently bought a secondhand VPI Aries 3 with arcylic platter and the 10.5.i arm. But I have a problem The table is playing slow. I get about 96 revs per 3 mins. There is not enough adjustment on the pulley to make up the difference. So I am wondering about the motor. My question from ignorance is, what does the capacitor that is linked to the motor do? Could a problem with the cap cause it to run slow? Is there any way to test the motor to see if its ok? It obviously works but not quite fast enough. Other information: I have been using Dr Google to try and find an explanation or help but so far no successful help. I ordered a new belt from Krispy + some bearing grease. Unfortunately this made only a small improvement - 97 rpm. I also measured the AC frequency but that was fine at 50.1 hz and 231V. So I don't think it's a power problem. I tried the table on a different PowerPoint on a different circuit and it was the same. I also checked the pulley for slip and it seems fine. The spindle or pulley looks fine not damaged so I don't think it's that. I assume its the correct size for the 240v 500hz motor. The next step would appear to be a replacement motor but at $500+ that an expensive guess. Do you have any suggestion as to why it would be slow. Any assistance would be welcome.
  16. HI all, I've been running a basic Marantz TT-42 (with pre-amp) for about 18 months, which I bought unsure if my interest in vinyl would be a passing thing or a life-time obsession. Well turns out it's the latter and I'm looking at upgrading my TT as a first step on the road to audiophillia. I've done a bit of looking around and have read a lot of good things about VPI, in particular the Nomad and Traveler. Budget is sub-2k so I was leaning towards the Nomad. But I have a nagging feeling that for the price I'm looking at, I could get a decent vintage TT (Thorens, Linn [maybe?]). Does anyone have experience with VPI, or how these tables compare to a vintage TT. There only seems to be one VPI distributor in Australia so I'm not sure how common they are here. Any other advice or suggestions welcome. Cheers! Matt
  17. I just recently purchased a VPI16.5 and although I am very happy with the machine I can't seem to find a decent solution to use for it. I purchased a locally made liquid from eBay. It seems to be popular (they have sold 100+ of the 250ml bottles) however I'm certain they are using crap ingredients as it seems to be leaving a very slight film on the vinyl (I even checked it out under a microscope haha). I also tried an imported version but it doesn't seem to be very effective as it does not appear to have alcohol in it. Anyone got any suggestions?... and please... I do not have any desire to make it myself. Yes, I know I can but I really don't have the time or patience. Thanks In Advance. All advice is greatly appreciated.
  18. Item: DIY record cleaning machine project Location:Marrickville / Enmore, Sydney Price: $70 OnO! Item Condition: well it's a project, either buy the parts or take the whole thing, (just moved it to the shed as the Mrs hit the roof at me buying yet another RCM) Reason for selling: bought a Kiwi Record cleaning machine at last, lazy, this one has no motor, purely manual, could attach one but never did.. Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Extra Info: just want it gone, too many RCM's, buy it before I rip the VPi parts out (hardly used, no noticeable wear) and dump the stand, unsure whether to keep platter, motor housing (just using as a manual spindle, not strong enough to keep spinning while vacuum is running) included is just the table itself, not the cool Damned picture disc, not the weight/clamp, (you will need something to help spin the table, hockey puck's are popular with these manual machines, or make something..similar) or the vacuum cleaner, can tell you my secret recipe for fluid but it's the same that others use.. (sorry for the delay in posting the pictures) Pictures:
  19. Being a staple in the VPI product line, it was time for a facelift for the VPI Aries Turntable! Customers requested an option for a 12 inch 3D printed arm but with a reasonable footprint. The Aries 3D includes a Classic aluminium platter, periphery ring clamp, HR-X center weight, HR-X mini feet, and Classic 3D extended (12 inch) tonearm. Available to order now at $14,995 (table and arm).
  20. Greetings from the US! This forum was recommended to us and it looks like a great place to be involved in to help answer turntable questions and provide easier access for requested information. Looking forward to getting to know everyone here! Mat Weisfeld
  21. Finally picked up a new Audio Desk RCM today after much research and deliberation between various systems. I do not want to debate the merits between this and vacuum based systems as the primary criteria that I had was ease of use and automation to allow me to clean several thousand records. Whilst the unit was only fired up this afternoon, I have managed to clean several records, some new, some old, some relatively clean and some that are unplayable. First impressions are simply amazing. The AudioDesk has resurrected several records that where in the 'throw out' pile because I thought they cannot be saved. Even 'newer' records benefit from a spin through this machine. Needless to say, it is money well spent on improving 'the source' of my music more noticeably than any other upgrade I have made. Thank you to everyone who has posted to my queries that assisted me in making this decision! Cheers, Abe
  22. Item: VPI HRX Reference Turntable with Clearaudio Da Vinci v2 Cartridge Location: Sydney Price: $10,500 Item Condition: Near Mint Reason for selling: Selling to buy a house! Payment Method: Cash preferred, Paypal OK. Bank Cheque Extra Info: Well this turntable is the ultimate - 12 inch arm - stereophile class A reference table for years and only around 8 months old. I had to get a special SGR stand plate made just to be able to hold the thing! That itself was $1,200 but will sell with the turntable for $1,000 if needed. The cartridge has less than 50 hours on it as I upgraded from the Stradivari only around 2 months ago. My obsession is now complete and now I realise I need to check my priorities! A house would be great to put some Stereo in Turntable is mint - but unlike everything else I have I didn't keep the boxes for this baby. This thing arrived in 7 boxes and it's just too much to store. It includes the separate speed control box for sexy fine tuning (this also means you can use it anywhere in the world), also includes periphery ring and reference record clamp $350 US for the ring and $150 for the clamp if required after market. This is all included for the one small fortune 10.5k Pictures:
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