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About HughD

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  • Birthday February 6

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    Leeds, , United King
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  • Turn Table
    PT Anniversary
  • Tone Arm & Cartridge
    SME IV, Cadenza Bron
  • SUT / Phono Stage
    Emille Allure
  • Digital Source 1
    Meridian 508-24
  • Pre-Amp
    MFA Classic Copper m
  • Power Amp/s
    icon audio mb845
  • My Speakers
    ESL 63/SW63

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  1. The Green Roasting Tin: Vegan and Vegetarian One Dish Dinners Delicious meals with minimum prep time. It's the best way to spend £7 at Amazon. Popular with my non-vegetarian friends as well.
  2. HughD

    Quad 909

    11 year old thread revived. Is this a record?
  3. Now relisted. These are classic sensitive speakers with great drivers. Looks like an absolute bargain if you're within pickup distance of Brentwood.
  4. Thanks Ed that's a very kind offer. I'm happy to wait to see if something more local does turn up. Hugh
  5. Umik-1 wanted to borrow or buy. I'm in West Yorkshire. Thanks.
  6. Great DACs for the money, but I'm not sure this one has volume control (other than for headphones).
  7. This would literally be a bargain at twice the price.
  8. As it says in the linked article, peripheral neuropathy is linked with a history of alcohol, rather than heroin, abuse.
  9. I bought the Mose Hercules ii from Edmond last May so I'd hope he is still trading. The advantage of the external box are (1) psu filtering (2) avoids overheating Hercules board (apparently this can be a problem when mounted in the sondek) and (3) looks good. The advantage of buying from him is that it is considerably cheaper.
  10. For the biggest 'bang for your buck' I recommend getting in touch with Edmond123 on vinylengine. He is the Hong Kong based designer of the Hercules PSU and can supply it as a very tidy, filtered external PSU. It can easily be fitted to a sondek using only a screwdriver and a modicum of common sense.