oh, i want a Technics SP-10R! but I hope we can work with our existing
Technics 1200's-- we bought a large batch of them before they stopped
making them 10 years ago (but I believe they are back).
The cartridge is a good thing we should look at-- again, we are trying
to figure out how to do that. We are trying the "how does it sound"
test in this trial. (I hoped there was some quantitative way to do
this-- just a bit of signal processing on test records, but that does
not seem to be the way that the high-end folks do it).
On 1/23/19 10:27 PM, Dave Cawley wrote:
> These are mostly good quality records. Had you considered using a beter cartridge for beter results ? This could make much more of a difference than Preamplifiers and ADC's ? Such as an Audio Technica AT-33EV or even a Denon DL-103 ?
> And if it is quality that matters, then a proper Hi Fi RIAA Phonostage ?
> Then maybe a much better arm ?
> Then, and this is the last one, a Technics SP-10R turntable ?
> Hi Fi people use expensive equipment to get very good quality results. The archival community are more likely to use equipment that is quick and flexible. These LP's seem to fall out of the usual requirements ?