vinyl4ever

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About vinyl4ever

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  • Birthday 30/03/1964

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  • Location
    Doncaster
  • Real Name
    Stewart

Wigwam Info

  • Turn Table
    L75 / Sony PS4750
  • Tone Arm & Cartridge
    Standard
  • Integrated Amp
    AKAI AA1125 / Trio
  • My Speakers
    Various
  • Trade Status
    I am not in the Hi-Fi trade

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  1. Hi Chivas Cant say im familiar with thst range of carts, whats your expereince with them? Stewart
  2. Thanks everyone for you input, most tof the cartridges I have are in the budget field. AT95, Ortofon VMS 30, SHURE 95, Nagoaka MP11. Goldring system range. Basically all around.£70 mark. Im looking at either an upgrade to a better cartridge lets say £120-200 or upgrade to a ext phono stage with current carts for time being. Thanks Stewart
  3. Aside from finding the sound that you like, does anyone on hear have a limit or ratio of cartridge cost to Turntable / Amp / Speakers etc. I run a Sony PS 4750 through a STR7055 receiver and Celestion Ditton 33s. As you will tell its a vintage 70s set up. Im looking to experiment with different MM cartridges and wondered what sort of price limit I should look to as a maximum. Not that I particularly want to spend my maximum Thanks Stewart Stewart
  4. Yes its a Yamaha Digital Sound Processor. I use to to create a 6 speaker config with CDs through my both my 1st and 2nd amp. Stewart
  5. Hi all Ive actually managed to sort it. Bith amps have 2x Tape facilities, plus the DSP has both a tape and line in facility. The DSP is connected to tape in/out of amp 2. My main stereo amp allows for tape copying / monitor between 1>2 & 2>1, so by connecting the rec out tape 2 from amp 1 into the line-in on the DSP, I can now choose to play my TT and CD either as a 2ch std hifi or push it through the rec out facility to AMP 2 via the DSP and i have 6 channel Dolby surround 1991 flavour. I think I may buy a CDR so I have 2 sources and a record facility to archive my LPs. Stewart
  6. Yes Both amps have 2x tape in out and 1 has pre-outs Stewart
  7. Hello all I have 1 CD Player and would like to somehow connect to 2 amps. Neither amps have digital inputs so RCA only. Cant work out a way at the moment if anyone can help would be great. Cheers Stewart Stewart
  8. Close enough i reckon
  9. Then I connect keyboard and mouse and use it just like a pc Stewart
  10. Rpi connected to this monitor and monitor audio out connected to aux input of my amp Stewart
  11. Speaker is separate to the monitor it using HDMI / Digital video from rpi
  12. Im using the debian OS and yes a monitor with I speaker connected. I have a normal win10 laptop but would like to get to grips using the PI for more than simple browsing etc.
  13. Hi Ronnie Its connected to nothing at the moment, i just hooked up a monitor and speaker and surf the net so to speak. Id like to put a sound card in, hook up my hard drive and play it through my amp, or run it wifi / network and use a streaming service. Bei.g minute it can be stashed in small corners
  14. Hijack thread I was bought RPI 3+ last year and cannot make head nor tail of using it even after buying some for dummies guides. I use it as a basic web browser and thats it, would like to understand more. If anyone on here has the time to talk me through it step by step just to get me to be able to find and install apps, write some basic code I would be very grateful as I would like to trial it as a music streamer but havent a scooby!!!! Thanks Stewart