Aries Cerat Signature System ‘La Lune’

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Phase 3 will enter the analog domain with Talos Signature and Topwing Red Sparrow … turntable and tonearm still under consideration at this time.

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Phase 3 will enter the analog domain with Talos Signature and Topwing Red Sparrow … turntable and tonearm still under consideration at this time.

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Please consider the Bergmann Galder with Odin tonearm. Or another combination but with linear tracking arm. Trust me, you’ll be thankful for this decision with your red sparrow.
 

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Please consider the Bergmann Galder with Odin tonearm. Or another combination but with linear tracking arm. Trust me, you’ll be thankful for this decision with your red sparrow.
Having spend decades putting together systems comprising of disparate manufacturers , much of it working , some not so well , I am of an age where I am entirely comfortable and content with my choice of a full Aries Cerat system in the certain knowledge that the component parts are entirely designed to breath life into recordings with a remarkable organic synergy.

Like wise the trinity of Brinkmann Galder , Odin , Red sparrow .
 

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Like wise the trinity of Brinkmann Galder , Odin , Red sparrow .

I cannot resist commenting that my personal Bergmann "trinity" is Galder + Odin + Air Tight Opus.
 
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I cannot resist commenting that my personal Bergmann "trinity" is Galder + Odin + Air Tight Opus.

Why? There are no observations saying Opus is better on LTs as compared to pivots as there are for the red sparrow. Of course, some might prefer most of their favorite carts on some LTs compared to red sparrow, but then there is nothing that says Bergmann Galder Odin is that good as a general LT or better than other pivoted tables

The red sparrow Bergmann comment comes from the fact there are very few choices on LT, there is Bergmann Sindre, Galder, Vyger, so restricted choice. CS port could work but no one seems to have heard the pairing to vouch for it. And then there are the pivoted LTs of which a number of audio exotics guys used the top wing on Thales statement.

Themoon is following Stavros' Aries cerat set up which also uses red sparrow on Bergmann (Stavros chose this cart after also listening to the etsuro gold),
 
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Why? There are no observations saying Opus is better on LTs as compared to pivots as there are for the red sparrow. Of course, some might prefer most of their favorite carts on some LTs compared to red sparrow, but then there is nothing that says Bergmann Galder Odin is that good as a general LT or better than other pivoted tables

The red sparrow Bergmann comment comes from the fact there are very few choices on LT, there is Bergmann Sindre, Galder, Vyger, so restricted choice. CS port could work but no one seems to have heard the pairing to vouch for it. And then there are the pivoted LTs of which a number of audio exotics guys used the top wing on Thales statement.

Themoon is following Stavros' Aries cerat set up which also uses red sparrow on Bergmann (Stavros chose this cart after also listening to the etsuro gold),

I'm not making any of the comparative observations you are assuming. I have heard the Opus 1 on Odin on Galder three times, and I liked it each time. That is all I am saying by that post; nothing more.
 

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I'm not making any of the comparative observations you are assuming. I have heard the Opus 1 on Odin on Galder three times, and I liked it each time. That is all I am saying by that post; nothing more.

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