A Call to Analog Enthusiasts – Need Your Help

Dear WoS readers,

I’m getting ready to launch another audio website. This one will be different; it’ll be based on user reviews and it’ll be focused on turntables, tonearms and cartridges.

This will be a communal effort, and I’m currently looking for a few volunteers to help me build up the initial content before the site goes broadly public.

If you have expertise with analog audiophile gear new or old (Garrard, Linn, Thorens, Oracle, Rega, VPI, Graham, SME, Technics, Ortofon, Koetsu, etc.), or if you just enjoy posting about audio and have some free time, please contact me. There’s lots to do. If you have a collection of photos or brochures I would also love to hear from you.

Thanks in advance!

 

Noam Bronstein

info@wallofsound.ca

 

 

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4 Comments on A Call to Analog Enthusiasts – Need Your Help

  1. Best of luck on your new endeavor. I may contribute in the future.

  2. Hi,

    I have worked my way through several analog systems over the last 25 years or so. Never any “big bucks” stuff, although much of my system is “high End” as I did beta testing for a couple manufacturers. Pass Labs electronics; ZU one off prototype 30K speakers. With the help of a mentor I have settled on a Techniques SP 10 MK II, heavy Maple plinth, with a Micro Seiki 505 MK I tonearm, and a few carts. in the thousand dollar range. I have come to believe that refining the analog front end is often the most important step on the road to engaging, resolving music.

  3. Robert Jermantowicz // 2017/10/08 at 4:50 am // Reply

    I am an analog enthusiast (since 1976). My first TT was an Empire 698 with a Microacoustics 2002 cartridge and SpectroAcoustics preamp. After a few months I upgraded to an Ariston RD11S and SME 3009 arm with a GAS Sleeping Beauty Super Elliptical mc cartridge. SUT was a Verion into a AGI 511 preamp and Son of Ampzilla Speakers were Infinity Monitors with Walsh tweeters and DCM TW-1’s Pretty good stuff for 40 years ago! Surprisingly I still have most of this gear in my collection, along with later and newer acquisitions! Over the past two years I have been adding to my vintage TT collection: Ariston,Beogram,Dual,Empire,Kenwood,Lenco Linn,Marantz,MicroSeiki,Pioneer, Rabco,Revox,ROK,Sony,Thorens,VPI. And also more cartridges (mostly MC’s) and tonearms (Audax,Denon,FR,Gray,Mayware,Rabco I have a large collection of CD’s but still prefer the sound quality of LP’s played on a well-setup TT!

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