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33 minutes ago, Tasebass said:

 

Very interesting, Tase.  :thumb:

 

Tell us how it goes, after you've got it.

 

But ... does it need running in??  :lol:

 

Andy

 

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1 minute ago, andyr said:

 

Very interesting, Tase.  :thumb:

 

Tell us how it goes, after you've got it.

 

But ... does it need running in??  :lol:

 

Andy

 

you need 35,000rpm  😛

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42 minutes ago, Addicted to music said:

you need 35,000rpm  😛

Is that to buff the car? 

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9 hours ago, andyr said:

 

Very interesting, Tase.  :thumb:

 

Tell us how it goes, after you've got it.

 

But ... does it need running in??  :lol:

 

Andy

 

...not to sure about that....but...

...can be used either side up....:P

 

Tase.

9 hours ago, Demondes said:

Is that to buff the car? 

at that speed you'd be stripping paint....:wacko:...and heating ya panel up way  too much....Oh dear!!!

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28 minutes ago, Tasebass said:

 

...can be used either side up....:P

 

Tase.

 

I bet that one way will  sound better, though!  :)

 

Andy

 

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Collaro is an old name in British turntables.  They made portable 78 players, then record-changers.  Their turntables can be found many console units.  In the 1960's they made some turntables which were considered to be "the poor-man's Garrard 301", sold at a slightly lower pricepoint.  I've heard one of these (with an updated tonearm), and they indeed are under-rated for the quality they produce. 

 

I'm not sure about a felt mat, many people feel that they are not as good as rubber, cork, and other more solid alternatives.

 

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1 hour ago, audiofeline said:

 

I'm not sure about a felt mat, many people feel that they are not as good as rubber, cork, and other more solid alternatives.

 

 

Just now, GregWormald said:

 

I prefer a mat that won't collect and store dust.

 

 

So Linn must be totally wrong, given they have always provided a felt mat with their TTs?  :P

 

Andy

 

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I still have my original rubber Linn mat.😋

 

Then they went to felt. They said it sounded better. I guess that was before the modern plastic foams--which is what I have now. I have trialled felt, suede, rubber, and...

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20 hours ago, GregWormald said:

I still have my original rubber Linn mat.😋

 

Wow!  My LP12 (bought in ~1979) came with a felt mat - yours was obviously even older!  :)

 

20 hours ago, GregWormald said:

Then they went to felt. They said it sounded better. I guess that was before the modern plastic foams--which is what I have now. I have trialled felt, suede, rubber, and...

 

Have also been through all of what you listed.  Including several types of plastic foam.  :)

 

Andy

 

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