Discussion in 'British Audio' started by Bigerik, Mar 18, 2013.
I think the Goldring cart? I really like that cart.
Welcome to AudioKarma.
Still stuck on the (mostly) British kick with 3 pairs of KEF speakers in the house, along with a Rega turntable.
Garrard SL95B and Wharfedale W60E Speakers, I really like these speakers I just purchased them and thinking of replacing the caps
Rega RP3, Cambridge & NAD CD players.
Added some Townshend Audio super tweeters to the mix!
I just replaced Harbeth C7-ES3 speakers with a pair of Harbeth Monitor 30.1...I am thrilled to get them settled into my room.
Everything, cept the tweeters.
I lately bought myself this "ugly beauty". It is very small for a 40WPC unit, so I will have to check the power and how hot it gets, then..... The "defectiveness" was a blown too small a fuse, probably put in after previous repair, and the volume pot is very scratchy.....
I am amazed it still works and I now have a nice restoration piece....
Now I have to find a way to get it out of the enclosure without damage, it should be easy but it is stuck at the plastic pieces which hold some pins.....(bottom went off easy that is where the fuse .
Nothing British yet, hope to get a Quad 33/303 system some time in the future.
Check for PM.
Main system: PMC Twenty5.23
In the office: Cambridge DacMagic Plus
CR Developments - Kalypso
About 50% of the idiot doing the listening.
I badly want some Tannoys.
Boza, Those Mission 770's are beautiful, which incarnation are they?
I adore my Mission M71's, my LFD integrated and my Systemdek IIX. I think there's often a fair amount of wisdom in British audio that sucks me in.
Didnt think I had any but my 4 Mission bookshelf speakers are and possibly my Mayware Formula lV tone arm too. Bob
My modest bedroom system is very British. NAD 3020 and Goodmans Minister speakers.
A rackmount HHB 850 CD burner.
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