Discussion in 'Vinyl Nutjob World: Turntable and Related Gear' started by shaizada, Sep 28, 2015.
LP Gear 3600
Couple hours on it. Pleasant tone. That's about all I should say so far.
Any other cartridges you own?
A Grado Sonata, a Grado Sonata2 and an Audio Technica 440MLa.
This will do
I'm scared of vinyl. If I had to go this route, I'd probably end up spending $$$$$ on it. That's why I don't even think of affordable stuff.
I got a AT-LP60 as my first table in 2013 when I was curious about the vinyl resurgence. Served me well, and just last month, I upgraded to another entry level table the U-Turn Orbit Plus. I got the cue lever (recommend) and got one of the better grado cartridges. I can speak for the ART DJPRE 2. That little pre-amp is impressive for the price. I'd recommend the U-Turn 10/10. Speakers wise, go to your local best buy and listen to them or audio shop. I had a decent sony ones for my older audio technica and they did okay, but I upgraded to Martin Logan Motion 15's and they are amazing. I use an integrated amp, the Marantz PM8005. My put together is well over the 1000 dollar budget, but whatever sounds best to you, do it. Best Buy is cool because you can take your music in! Some even have tables, so you can take records in to see what they sound like.
New AT 95
Bloody awful rumble, and can't figure out where to mount the cartridge ....
however ... has rejuvenated a bunch of records I had in storage and were covered in cat hair, cigarette ash, random gray lumps and unspeakable sticky patches
Separate names with a comma.