Turntable sub-base Made in Vietnam.

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Guy 13

Turntable sub-base Made in Vietnam.
« on: 3 Apr 2013, 02:27 pm »

Hi all Audio Circle members.
Even if I don’t believe that a heavy turntable sub base will make any improvement on the sound of my Rega P3,
I said to myself:
Guy don’t be narrow minded and try it.
Total cost of this trial 25 USD.
The marble plate does look very thick,
but once I had it in my hands, I said:
Holy cow, this thing is heavy.
I’ve used some hot glue to make sure the marble plate does not move.
I always learn a little something with every one of my projects.
This project is no exception.
I’ve learn that with hot glue you must position everything fast, because if you make a mistake, there are no return.
My marble plate was not 100% positioned right
and I had a hard time making the fine adjustments,
but I did it, lucky me.
That’s why my name is: Guy 13.

As you can see below, it’s leveled.

Time will tell if I hear an improvement on the original sound
and even if I don’t hear nothing different, I will keep it.
It look nice, doesn't it? 

Guy 13











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Re: Turntable sub-base Made in Vietnam.
« Reply #1 on: 3 Apr 2013, 02:51 pm »
Hi Guy, you are a busy man these days. Looking good.



charles

Guy 13

Re: Turntable sub-base Made in Vietnam.
« Reply #2 on: 3 Apr 2013, 03:01 pm »
Hi Guy, you are a busy man these days. Looking good.



charles
Hi rollo and all Audio Circle members.
To me, even after 18 years in Vietnam, I still find Vietnam boring,
therefore I have to keep myself busy with something,
might as well be something I like,
like audio stuff.
Thanks for you kind comments.

Guy 13