Audiomods arm, or HR PSU? Both would be a great choice.OK then chaps with the current setup, what would be the next step?Michell Gryro SE (with dampening, decoupling kit and clamp)
Standard Rega RB300
Ortofon 2M Blue
~Phonostage not decided, currently a Rega Brio-R but I doubt that will stay long term.
The RB300 arm is not the best, bit old and the base is a bit loose. I guess this might be the first place to look (S/H TechnoArm?), other than the HR PSU?
Budget, depending what I spend on the next amp, if I am sensible that would give me ~£300.
Definitely the HR PSU and then get the DINO and NC powersupply as the cases match the HR PSU since they are made by Trichord.Audiomods arm, or HR PSU? Both would be a great choice.
Hoops and yourself are using granite as isolation- any cop?Just checking in as a fellow Michell owner. My Orbe SE/SME IV/Dynavector is the best TT I've owned by a country mile. The enginering is superb and we all know about the sonic capabilities of Michell TTs; my only regret is not getting a slightly more 'blingy' version. With the exception of the arm, mine's all black - including the granite slab it stands on.
Hoops and yourself are using granite as isolation- any cop?
I tend to echo Rob's sentiments here, Andy. I can't pretend there's any identifiable improvement in sound quality, nor does it harm it, but it does show the TT off well. I feel that the SE variants with their small footprint can look a little 'lost'(?) on top of a rack of equipment, particularly if the shelves are glass, as mine are (Stands Unique jobby).Not heard any difference my end, looks nice though and it cant not help can it? :^