Thank you Jon, for scanning and emailing the article.
I have only uploaded the colour version as the relatively small saving
in download time wasn't worth the added server space IMHO.
You may find it here
I think you'll be happier if you right-click on the file and save it
locally rather than loading it directly off the server, but it's your
call. If you are going to refer to it frequently, please save it locally
as there are bandwidth limits (though I don't normally come close).
On 2011-01-21 4:28 PM, Jon wrote:
> I've e-mailed copies of the PDFs to Tom, Shai,& Richard. That's all I'm
> going to do. I respectfully ask anyone else to wait for the Web site
> Remember, you'll need a new strobe disk after you mod your turntable. If
> you want to roll your own, I suggest Nauck's Strobe-Exec program
> If you want to listen to the 78s without involving a PC, I can recommend
> the TC-778, an external 78/RIAA phono preamp<http://tinyurl.com/4jn5nt9>
> (which looks suspiciously like the REK-O-KUT Audiophile Archival Pre-Amp
> <http://tinyurl.com/4m8epbs>.) The TC-778 is limited to a single
> equalization curve, but it makes listening to 78s more enjoyable. I think
> the 12V wall-wart transformer that came with mine is on the cheap side,
> but the slight buzz I hear may be due to a ground-loop problem I have yet
> to isolate.
> Finally, I run the output of the TC-778 through a KAB Souvenir DRX jr. I
> love this box. It takes stereo input from the turntable and gives you the
> option of one of the following outputs: Stereo, Reverse, Left, Right,
> Mono. The Left/Right option has made some thrift store 78s listenable.
> Unfortunately, KAB no longer sells the DRX jr, but perhaps they can be
> persuaded to bring it back. KAB still has a Web page for it:
Richard L. Hess email: [log in to unmask]
Aurora, Ontario, Canada (905) 713 6733 1-877-TAPE-FIX
Quality tape transfers -- even from hard-to-play tapes.