Tempted to sell the SME312S and get one of these.
I use an early one on the SP10. It goes well.
I wish you would bugger off!
One of these has been on my radar for a while and you’re tipping me over the edge. I already have more tonearms than I can use, even with every turntable in use at the same time, but when have trivial facts like that ever stopped wanting moar shiny?
But probably won’t
If I was still doing turntables properly I’d have one of those. They look super.
I would sell the RM 309 Paul
It would help if you had a finished room to play them in!
Would love a 9" version of that arm
That’s what she said
Thought it really suited it in the flesh,but does look a bit weird in the pic.
He’s putting rabski 300bs in it.
Circumstances guys, circumstances.
That would be the sensible thing to do
New NAS (left) at Gyro towers today
I initially did a lot of bad words since I figured it was so light that there was no way there could be a disc in there, and Amazon must have simply sent me an empty enclosure.
Popped it open and, no, there really is a disc in there.
Now the entertaining backup / set-up restore cycle.
I’ve just switched mine off. I don’t understand it.
I’m sure it can do much more than store stuff.
And trying to work it with An iPad is like pulling teeth.
how are those w8 getting on ?
Still working out what’s the best way to place them.
Speakers in our out. And a plinth or not.
They sound wonderful.
Which just finished. Jesus that was painful.
Round two tomorrow.
I am jealous.
When I backed up my NAS it took 3 days.
I think that was due to the speed of my router.
The backup was over USB 3.0 to an NTFS formatted disc. I think both those aspects make a difference.
I’m now installing the new NAS before kicking off the monster restore.
Before someone tells me I’m a cowboy, I do backup at other times, but I’m demoting my “regular” backup disc to “off site”, and bringing in a new one. Hence the very long initial backup. After this it will all revert to incremental again.
I can confirm the pillar diameter is a good fit for SME