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Yes, that is always a question. t1no's advice of acquiring spare parts while they are cheap is a good idea if there is a piece of equipment you really care about as long as you have the skills to repair the equipment yourself or are willing to hire qualified help. That even assumes that qualified help exists. Like nopiano mentioned about his Nakamichi cassette deck, sometimes there just aren't many qualified people around to properly work on equipment. Obviously, a cassette deck is going to
New owner of a Modwright PH 9.0 phonostage after two weeks of comparison with PS Audio Stellar Phono.
The Modwright replaced an older ASR Basis Exclusive and really took the Musical presentation to another level.
Running it with a pair of Telefunken E88CC from '69 and together with Benz LP-S it is absolutely glorious.
Yes, sadly Spotify isn't really hifi. It's noticeably smoothed over and washed out compared to non-compressed sources.
You can get Qobuz for £15 a month. Well, I do anyway! Well worth it.
I wouldn't stress too much about 192k hi rez, just get it up to CD quality.
I use Qobuz straight from my laptop; USB cable into my DAC. Fabulous.
Thanks for the offers chaps. The terminations aren't ideal on a the Missions and unbranded cables and the Cable Talk is a fairly thin cable at 2.5mm from what I can tell. I'd be keen to see what else is out there - some van Damme 4 or 6mm would be great. Will have a think about the other offers if nothing comes up.