Its easy to criticise and mock others, but unless you've put yourself out there to provide content for the hobby and interest, then you just sound like a numpty imo.The bloke in that video is a comedian.
Talks about the importance of vibration and has his non-suspended turntable on a floor mounted stand next to his stack of bass bins / sub woofers.
How about getting his TT as far away from all speakers as possible?
And what's with the sub woofers behind him? Integration?
And he says that sub-woofers are the best value for money upgrade you can have? Surely that depends on what speakers you've got already? Some of us like buying / making speakers with proper sized woofers already built in.
He also talks nonsense about the CD player being the most important item. Digital sources sound so similar - in my experience - that it's not worth agonising over which one to buy. Not when compared to speakers or analogue sources.
His speakers have 2 x 10" woofers in a bass reflex. They're not going to be the last word in bass quality.
His room is too empty and echoey. The echoes are quite apparent at the 13 minute mark in the video.
There is a lot of scope for getting a better sounding system than his whilst spending about 2% of what he's spent.
What's with the ad hominem?Its easy to criticise and mock others, but unless you've put yourself out there to provide content for the hobby and interest, then you just sound like a numpty imo.
Wheres your video? I'd love to see your room!