The Wonderful World of Turntable Design AKA: Dave's Fugly World Of TT Wank


#1936

Looks like it was made from an old pinball machine with all those flippers


#1937

Klimo Stern apparently

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#1938

James Worden tonearm.

Grace tonearm.

Van EPS Labs tonearm.


#1939

Garrard lab 80 arm


#1940

Final Audio Research VTT-1 turntable.

The Reference model


#1941

I think they make the Ginga for Kondo.


#1942

Cool arm

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#1943

I’m sure that’s a Ronnie Wood LP


#1944

:woozy_face:


#1945

Nah, Tull.


#1946

Might be?


#1947

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#1948

Now that is fucking cool

I would remove the dead person remembrance badge unless it was bought with inheritance


#1949

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#1950

I’ve heard one of these a couple of times at European shows & both times it was deeply impressive. Not sure why it works as well as it does.


#1951

Looks nice. Assume it is quite spendy?


#1952

Morsiani always seems like a hobbyist, very small scale operation albeit with some very good ideas which seem to work. The tonearm, for example, has anti-skate whose strength decreases as cartridge moves towards the centre of the record (as it should). But there’s a handbuilt, home made feel to it which has some charm too. I’ve never asked about prices.


#1953

:grimacing:


#1954

https://www.tnt-audio.com/sorgenti/morsiani_e.html


#1955

Yep, at 1’20" there is a pronounced oscillation of the whole arm/cart in the groove and at 3’20" there is obvious evidence that there is a bicycle inner tube involved in the construction.
Typically vinyl working despite of inaccuracies or mundane solutions!