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The Packburn should se an input signal with NO equalization.  If you are 
doing this, then, given proper use of the various controls, you are getting 
what it can give.  If not, it is not removing all the high frequency 
artifacts of which it is capable, and subsequent adjustments are being made 
to overcome noises that the Packburn may otherwise remove.

If you have it functioning properly, then I'd add a Klark-Teknik DV-410 
parmetric equalizer, an analog device.

Steve Smolian

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jan Myren" <[log in to unmask]>
To: <[log in to unmask]>
Sent: Monday, April 05, 2010 6:43 PM
Subject: [ARSCLIST] Packburn 323A and an extra filter companion?


> HI!
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> I own a Rek-o-kut re-equalizer and a Packburn 323a that I use for normal
> playback (not cd transfers etc) of 78 rpm discs.
>
> Anyone who have a good idea about an additional filter or enhancer to put
> into the system to improve the sound from the 78's a bit more?. I think 
> that
> the sound with just those two boxes sound a bit too noisy still.
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> AND; do the Packburn give better noise reduction performance if  connected
> using a loop, like with equalizers etc?. Myself I have just placed it 
> after
> the turnable and then into the re-eq and into the input of the aux on my
> pre-amp.
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> Hope to hear from anybody with some experience.
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> Regards
>
> jan
>