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DiggyGun

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About DiggyGun

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  • Location
    Home Counties , UK
  • Real Name
    David

Wigwam Info

  • Turn Table
    Linn LP12
  • Tone Arm & Cartridge
    Ekos SE / Krystal
  • SUT / Phono Stage
    Linn Urika
  • Digital Source 1
    Naim CD5 SX
  • Pre-Amp
    Naim NAC282
  • Power Amp/s
    Naim NAP250DR
  • My Speakers
    Kudos Titan 606
  • Headphones
    Focal Elear / Listen Pro
  • Trade Status
    I am not in the Hi-Fi trade

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  1. Too many to name, take a look, you might like one.
  2. There are many cheaper options available on Amazon
  3. As per the title, looking for a Focal Headphone Stand. Based in the UK.
  4. In my opinion, a wall shelf would be neater as it is designed for TT. Another consideration is, that as those stands referenced are expensive, it may be neater and cheaper to have a cupboard / frame / enclosure made to fully enclose the equipment. Have removable doors fitted that could be put on and locked when you away, that way it fully protects everything, rather than having to disassemble and move equipment.
  5. Couple of queries; - a photo of the existing set up would be helpful - if you have steel pipes filled with lead, that will make moving the TT even more difficult. - could you enclose all the components, which could be left open most of the time, but closed and locked whilst away. - I have a solid Oak board on my wall for my TT wall shelf, you could use something similar
  6. Couple of queries; - a photo of the existing set up would be helpful - if you have steel pipes filled with lead, that will make moving the TT even more difficult. - could you enclose all the components, which could be left open most of the time, but closed and locked whilst away. - I have a solid Oak board on my wall for my TT wall shelf, you could use something similar
  7. Couple of queries; - a photo of the existing set up would be helpful - if you have steel pipes filled with lead, that will make moving the TT even more difficult. - could you enclose all the components, which could be left open most of the time, but closed and locked whilst away. - I have a solid Oak board on my wall for my TT wall shelf, you could use something similar
  8. Been using QED Performance interconnects and Reference speaker cables on my second system and very pleased with them.
  9. Stability and speed with the deck, then arm and finally the cartridge.
  10. You could consider some Ruark Icons. They have front ports, so can go fairly close to the back wall. Plus they do look good on stands. I had mine on sand-filled Atacama stands.
  11. My Linn / Naim / Kudos combo on a Sim Rack.
  12. Fit a spreader plate to the wall with suitable fixings to spread the load. Then fit the wall shelf to this. This is an example of what I describe.
  13. Yes, the UK has a different wiring configuration to most of the world. The Live (Brown or Red (old)) is always the “hot phase” as some use this term. We do have similar devices in the UK, which is used to determine if a socket or switch is receiving power and live, known as a “Non Contact Voltage Tester”.
  14. When I store my remotes they go from the shortest to the longest from left to right
  15. Yes, as advised previously, the Toslink goes to the external DAC which in turn goes to this and as the volume directly from the DAC is too low
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