Vyger Indian IV, Krimon, Opus 1, Vitus signature, Magico S5 MK2, Tripoint Elite, Kuro

Chau

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After making huge use of Whatsbestforum’s platform and its amazing members’ knowledge and kindness for 4 years, I finally have learned well my precious lectures and completely built my loving sound system. So, I‘d like my grateful heart to sing to: Gian, Mr. Enrico Datti (Vyger), Khun Tang, Emiliano (Kuro), David AS, my Vietnamese wonderful distributors and technicians, and many informative posts in this forum. Below is a pix of my system (sorry for the python cables all over due to my tiny room size :).
If you are into incredibly dynamic sound, while not compromising the timber, transparent, organic, sentimental, detailed... attributes, I think there are very few turntables which could deliver all these and Vyger Indian IV is one of them. For the budget I have, I am very well affirmative saying I can’t get better. The synchronization between each item in the system is best. I don’t listen to my CD and DAC anymore in my music room. I can’t stand them :)). Edith Piaf had just visited me showing off her powerful, unique voice with the whole orchestra which played so lively in front of me. Listening to Asturias (Suite Espanola) I thought the ceiling would collapse any second from the massively strong sound of the brass & percussion troops :). And Dean Martin, Nat Kingcole, Elvis Presley show their best listening on Vyger and the whole team. Opus 1 is truly the best on Vyger.
Oh, and I’m so glad Vyger doesn’t require clamp so I eliminate one of the huge headaches that most of you guys have to deal with he he.
My English vocabulary is too limited to express how joyful and satisfied I feel, enjoying my vinyls finally after years of struggling and building. Anne-Sophie Mutter at age 12 playing her amazing version of “Meditation“ sooo sentimentally yet I could feel her young arm pulling/ pressing the bow on the violin, so fragile, that could easily put tears on our eyes.
Vyger delivers exactly what Enrico promised me what I would have had and I trusted his words as well as Gianluigi (Gian60) without having the chance to do sound audition. Living in an apartment my listening room is only 4x6m and without Khun Tang’s Tripoint Elite, my system wouldn’t have been able to perform with such low noise. If you are sick and tired of your Colibri Master Signature please just let me know :) (just kidding, Khun Tang).
Enrico told me Indian Signature is a bit more dynamic than Atlantis IV which Gianluigi owns but I haven’t got the chance to visit dear Gian yet so I can’t confirm this point. I hope to have my pleasure to visit you, Gian, and your beautiful system right after Covid .
Being a fatal ill woman, my very last dream is to be able to die listening to great music, as real like on stage as my pocket could allow me. I think finally I have it in my home.
Once again, I thank you Gents. To all the potential shoppers of the items I’ve listed above, please buy with confidence. I’ve done all the tests for you already, during years, with many items I’ve had to sell 80% off :(... - feeling huge pain in my pocket. Please, everyone be safe passing thru the pandemic .
 

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TooCool4

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Very nice, enjoy. :cool:
 
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Nice to hear from you Chau, and nice looking room. Tang does not hang around on the forum much these days, he is bored, he probably needs a gear change like moving out of horns to SS and Magico M9 so that he can get back interest with a new project
 

Chau

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Nice to hear from you Chau, and nice looking room. Tang does not hang around on the forum much these days, he is bored, he probably needs a gear change like moving out of horns to SS and Magico M9 so that he can get back interest with a new project
Likewise very nice to hear from you Bonzo. Khun Tang won’t do SS & Magico even M11 I think :)
 

Chau

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Nice to hear from you Chau, and nice looking room. Tang does not hang around on the forum much these days, he is bored, he probably needs a gear change like moving out of horns to SS and Magico M9 so that he can get back interest with a new project
Likewise very nice to hear from you Bonzo. Khun Tang won’t do SS & Magico even M11 I think :)
 
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Audiophile Bill

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Congrats on a great system and awesome turntable. I miss my Indian dearly!
 

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It is nice to know that all these posts about this and that were useful!

I am not sure I understand your post with regards to your health however in any case sometimes music can almost 'stop time'. I wish you many of these moments with your system.
 
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ddk

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Hello Chau,
Nice to have you back again, the room looks great love the blue color and best of all good to see that you resolved your issues.

david
 
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Congratulations, Chau, on achieving a happy end to a long journey! Enjoy your music!
 
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Awesome system, congrats! Enjoy music as much as you can and stay safe during the pandemic.
Best regards
 
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What a great story of audio lovers on this forum contributing to put together a terrific system. The Vyger looks like a vinyl lovers dream. Congratulations, Chau.
 

Chau

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Congrats on a great system and awesome turntable. I miss my Indian dearly!
Thank you Bill. You could have it back in a better version :). It truly goes so well with Krimon but I haven’t tried other phono with it so I can’t say if others would give same outcome.
 
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Chau

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I don’t want to “spam” the forum with individual reply to each of your kind posts above so I send one Warm Thank You to all and wish all of us great time hiding Covid in our music world ❤️
 
Jul 23, 2019
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After making huge use of Whatsbestforum’s platform and its amazing members’ knowledge and kindness for 4 years, I finally have learned well my precious lectures and completely built my loving sound system. So, I‘d like my grateful heart to sing to: Gian, Mr. Enrico Datti (Vyger), Khun Tang, Emiliano (Kuro), David AS, my Vietnamese wonderful distributors and technicians, and many informative posts in this forum. Below is a pix of my system (sorry for the python cables all over due to my tiny room size :).
If you are into incredibly dynamic sound, while not compromising the timber, transparent, organic, sentimental, detailed... attributes, I think there are very few turntables which could deliver all these and Vyger Indian IV is one of them. For the budget I have, I am very well affirmative saying I can’t get better. The synchronization between each item in the system is best. I don’t listen to my CD and DAC anymore in my music room. I can’t stand them :)). Edith Piaf had just visited me showing off her powerful, unique voice with the whole orchestra which played so lively in front of me. Listening to Asturias (Suite Espanola) I thought the ceiling would collapse any second from the massively strong sound of the brass & percussion troops :). And Dean Martin, Nat Kingcole, Elvis Presley show their best listening on Vyger and the whole team. Opus 1 is truly the best on Vyger.
Oh, and I’m so glad Vyger doesn’t require clamp so I eliminate one of the huge headaches that most of you guys have to deal with he he.
My English vocabulary is too limited to express how joyful and satisfied I feel, enjoying my vinyls finally after years of struggling and building. Anne-Sophie Mutter at age 12 playing her amazing version of “Meditation“ sooo sentimentally yet I could feel her young arm pulling/ pressing the bow on the violin, so fragile, that could easily put tears on our eyes.
Vyger delivers exactly what Enrico promised me what I would have had and I trusted his words as well as Gianluigi (Gian60) without having the chance to do sound audition. Living in an apartment my listening room is only 4x6m and without Khun Tang’s Tripoint Elite, my system wouldn’t have been able to perform with such low noise. If you are sick and tired of your Colibri Master Signature please just let me know :) (just kidding, Khun Tang).
Enrico told me Indian Signature is a bit more dynamic than Atlantis IV which Gianluigi owns but I haven’t got the chance to visit dear Gian yet so I can’t confirm this point. I hope to have my pleasure to visit you, Gian, and your beautiful system right after Covid .
Being a fatal ill woman, my very last dream is to be able to die listening to great music, as real like on stage as my pocket could allow me. I think finally I have it in my home.
Once again, I thank you Gents. To all the potential shoppers of the items I’ve listed above, please buy with confidence. I’ve done all the tests for you already, during years, with many items I’ve had to sell 80% off :(... - feeling huge pain in my pocket. Please, everyone be safe passing thru the pandemic .
Dear Chau

It was nice to read your report of your system.
I use the VYGER Atlantis MK IV and I have just ordered an Indian Signature. So, I am looking forward tot he chance to compare the two turntables.
Of course, what makes a difference is the Cartridge you are using. In my recent post I referred to the fact that I was using a Mysonic Platinum Signature (which I know Giuseppe Viola the inventor of the VYGER Masterpieces uses) but am currently using the Topwing Red Sparrow. Both are excellent cartridges. However, for natural sounding music, I thought the Topwing was preferable. I will not delve into the other items of equipment (such as Phonostage-I use the Aesthetix Io Eclipse 3 box) or Amplification. I am happy to share what I have a choice of using. Or, Transducers and Cables. The difficulty with our hobby is that there are so many variables and choices.
The bottom line is to simply enjoy the music. I am so pleased you are now able to do so.
Best Wishes
Andrew
 

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