That takes balls to admit
Mind you - they have at least extended to some genuine GE 211s - and not some cheap Chinese crap a la AN Jinro. At that price, though, whatever it is (high), you really need some Telefunken RS237s for extra cred.
Nice Me Likey
Nothing to see here.....move along please!
Be a shame to judge the Audio Tekne stuff by the results achieved at a particular show. Certainly the schematic of their big phono stage suggests to me that they are right at the cutting edge as far as doing RIAA Eq properly is concerned.
Was looking through some old photo's today & found this.
The first Voyd, this picture would've been taken in the summer of 1985.
This one had a chrome top plate. I still think it looks nice (but then I'm biased!)
Nice one Guy. Who owns it now?
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Nice, you could imagine all sorts of scrummy inlays for that plate. Opportunity for a bit of aftermarket bling there.
The top plate was changed for a black one with the motor positions moved out as per the later ones. The chromed one did look quite saucy though.
We didn't even have a lid sorted by that point so there are no hinges/brackets fitted to the rear in that pic.
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Ohhh wonder how much a chrome plate would cost.
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Can you recall what the cartridge is, in the pic?
Does look v. smart.
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Glanz GMC-10(?) It wasn't mine & if I recall was a rather lean sounding thing. That said, I doubt we were using a SUT, more likely a home made valve head amp which may not have been loading it down enough.