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Collaro Mats - Worth the £100, discuss...


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Works well on my LP12, definitely an improvment over the Linn mat.

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1 hour ago, Baba Yaga said:

In any case on the manufacturer‘s homepage are useful instructions on how to ‚clock‘ inner and outer platter.
Worth a try if you haven‘t done it yet.

Sounds like an evening of fun to be had right there...have to give that a go.

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If only they made them plain (no branding) on one side, and didn't charge so much for them, I might be tempted. As it is, having my LP12 bearing the brand, visible from ten paces, of one of the tackier makes of 60s autochanger does not exactly appeal. 

David 

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You don't have to worry about the logo because it it more musical when you turn it upside down (and more musical again when you replace it with a Linn felt mat).

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12 hours ago, ThomasOK said:

You don't have to worry about the logo because it it more musical when you turn it upside down (and more musical again when you replace it with a Linn felt mat).

Well, that's a relief ... :) 

David

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I've had one since Christmas as my wife was kind enough to buy me one. Over the last few months I've occasionally swapped back to the Linn felt mat. To my ears I really prefer the sound of the Collaro, the Linn sounds slightly duller which is exactly what I thought when I first heard the Collaro at Cymbiosis. 

It's a keeper for me, also mine is blank on one side so no logo to look at. 

Cheers Ady 

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