I just picked up a Pro-Ject Xtension 10 and couldn’t be happier. Older isn’t necessarily better.
KEF LS50’s augmented with a REL T5 sub.
Back in the 70’s no trip to Hollywood would be complete without stopping by Tower Records. RIP.
The Pro-Jext Xtension 10 I just bought sounds pretty good to my aging ears. It doesn’t have to be vintage to be good.
The best, and easiest, protractor I’ve ever used.
Back in the day a pair of Rectilinear Lowboy’s sounded pretty sweet.
A GOOD subwoofer.
The squeaky wheel gets the grease.
The Bronze or Black stylus WILL work on the Red/Blue body, just no real reason to do so.
I don’t think I’d go the Bronze stylus on the Red body. Even though the styli are all interchangeable, the Bronze/Black bodies have upgraded...
I seem to recall reading in another thread where the 35g figure was being disputed. An effective mass of 35 grams is extremely high.
Either way, you’re going to benefit from upgrading your stylus, or cartridge. I’d start there first, see how the upgrade sounds on your 1700, if...
It won’t be long before we see people rummaging through the used CD bins the same way we rummage through the used LP bins.
My first thread was incomplete, so let’s try it again. I have a Mint protractor for a Music Hall Ikura, which uses a Pro-Ject 9 tonearem. Since...
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