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    Air Force One Set Up - tips n' tricks

    guess you have the right weapon... as an analog fan a power conditioner is good for clean current, on analog and digital. Also establishing the correct voltage - but you are stable best E.
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    Air Force One Set Up - tips n' tricks

    Tang, do you have a power conditioner, like the Burmester, regulating the power voltage etc.? best E.
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    Dereneville - linear scanning of the grooves

    Congrats Rainer for the excellent test with your new arm, the Tribute table (similar to MS 5000) and your motor design In the new Lp by Rainer Barske. The ringing of the platter is well known because of the brass platter (also at the original MS). I therefore went for a non ringing design of a...
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    Dereneville - linear scanning of the grooves

    Ah, Northstar, what are your experiences with the Rainer 5? Do you recommend it? Best E. www.audiocirc.com
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    Dereneville - linear scanning of the grooves

    Tang, will make it to the half? ;) best E. www.audiocirc.com
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    Dereneville - linear scanning of the grooves

    Tang, No, you are right. DHTs’ extreme sensitivity to micro-phonic noise. Due to their large, bulky and weak construction, DHT tubes tend to vibrate with the tiniest external stimuli, so it is almost impossible to use a DHT for phono reproduction without breakthrough engineering...
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    Dereneville - linear scanning of the grooves

    It is stored in a kind of tresor, dampened pretty good :p I am thinking about an additional bases which has to be constructed individually taking up the Derenville 5. Best E. www.audiocirc.com
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    Dereneville - linear scanning of the grooves

    Yes. Allnic H-5000 DHT. One of the quietest phono stages I ever experienced. And I have seen many :) Best E. www.audiocirc.com
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    Dereneville - linear scanning of the grooves

    Rainer, How do you mount it on the bases, and could there be different bases approaches? Best E.
  10. airbearing

    Reference Turntable, The Step Beyond

    Microstrip, There will be a new book in English describing the matching of transformers and even more some interesting insights into phono-chains and handling of carts etc. It will be published around Xmas. Best E.
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    Reference Turntable, The Step Beyond

    Dante, I have two 139 Monos (with some new caps) built together. With the Miyajima trans you can do true Mono with every phono preamp. Best E. https://audiocirc.com/2018/04/27/reducing-noise/ of course, you need to match input and output coil. This is the philosophy of transformers, two...
  12. airbearing

    Reference Turntable, The Step Beyond

    Dante, I have two 139 Monos (with some new caps) built together. With the Miyajima trans you can do true Mono with every phono preamp. Best E. https://audiocirc.com/2018/04/27/reducing-noise/
  13. airbearing

    Reference Turntable, The Step Beyond

    All porn Tang o_O MMs... Best E. www.audiocirc.com
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    Reference Turntable, The Step Beyond

    Do not forget Pierre Clement (the red one) - Mono
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    Reference Turntable, The Step Beyond

    The TD 101l reminds me of the Miyajima Premium BE. Best E.

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