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Thanks Mud!It's been a lot of years in the making but I'm pretty well done. I use it for (mostly) passive listening as my music room doubles as my office for work. When I get the urge to actually listen', she delivers pretty darned well. I've had more refined systems but this one bridges the gap between detail and involvement really well. It's a pleasure to listen to.The HH Scott and Micro Seiki is just seductive. It has this big, fat, round sound that simply sucks you in. Imaging, depth, placement and all the 'audiophile' things are just 'meh', but that system is way more fun to listen to. You know you aren't listening as an audiophile and that lets you truly enjoy the tunes. I've got a similar HH Scott system out in my garage that gets tons of play time also.
You might be pretty well done, but you also done pretty well, Scott. Fabulous setups.Even I would start exercising if I had that Scott/Seiki in an exercise room. Instead I'm practicing serious couch potatoing with my assuredly snoozer of a 1985 Yamaha P320/Shure and scratchy Hendrix lps or 45rpm doo wop. I wish you were my neighbor!Good cheer.
Scott, hope all is well! I have been using the Fidelity Research arm for about 6 months now....I wanted to get a heavier mass arm and all the positive forum feedback on FR arms used with Koetsu Cartridges led me to search one out. I have been floored with the improvement in my vinyl setup since adding it and the Einstein Audio Phono Preamp. When your ready to move the Merrill let me know.....Take care Scott,Don
Boy I’d be ashamed to post my tables. So I won’t.
Almost forgot, little rig at work in my office, Dual 1214 with some sort of Stanton cart, provides much enjoyment.
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