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The very thought of burning an LP to CD makes me ill.Wayner
After a month of listening on my B & O Beogram from the mid 70's,
Quote from: vinyl_lady on 10 Sep 2009, 04:40 amAfter a month of listening on my B & O Beogram from the mid 70's,Hey, I had a Beogram 3000 from 1975. What did you have?Paul
Laura,We'll just try talk you into some AVA stuff aa Just kidding!Wayner
Are you going to RMAF?
New here, looking forward to learning as much as I can and applying as much as I can afford.
I'm posing simply because there seems to be missing some classic carts that I consider not only excellent performers but extreme overachievers for their prices.As a sexagenarian I've had numerous carts over the decades (e.g. Denon DL301, Shure V15 various series, Grado ZF3E+, Shure M91ED, MicroAcoustics 2002e, Empire 66QE/X, and others I simply can't remember). But those that floated to the top and grabbed me were the Denon MC carts. I'm currently running the superlative DL103D and very low output DL304. My TT is a highly modified Merrill - AR "The Turntable" coupled with a DIY step up transformer based on a pair of CineMag CMQEE-3440A cans. I sincerely believe I'm at the cusp of diminishing returns with this setup against higher cost newer fare.At any rate, I highly recommend the Denon MC carts, especially the venerable 103 series.Older snap as the table is now using a Target wall shelf and a PIB-1 among other things
About a year ago I bought an Alesis Masterlink ML 9600 hard disk recorder. It does a nice job of making CDs from vinyl. It allows one to make both Red Book and 24 bit/96kHZ recordings. http://www.alesis.com/masterlink. I haven't taken the time to learn how to use all the bells and whistles that came with it. I insert the track changes on the fly as I record vinyl to the hard disk. It allows me to burn a CD straight from the hard disk. It does a very nice job.
Greetings, I will probably post infrequently, but with the intention of bringing value to the discussions. Best wishes to all, in this great forum,bauzace50
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