And Teddy Bears for when he falls backwards?
Seems like a terrible waste of vinyl unless those are all already trashed...
"After silence, that which best expresses the inexpressible, is music" - Aldous Huxley
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I don't want to be the one who has to re-pack all those disks.
OTOH, unless they are "special" disks that have the large 45rpm holes, they are already trashed.
I bet that many disks is still VERY heavy.
Listening Room: McIntosh C46, MEN220, MCD500, MR78-Modafferi modified, MPI4, MC602 (2), Pass Labs XVR1 (three-way), tri-amplified Infinity IRS Series V, TailTwister T2X rotator, AtlasSound FMA Rack, dedicated electrical sub-panel, boarded up fireplace, NO TV!
Living Room: McIntosh C28, MC2300, Revox B226, Tascam CD355, Thorens TD125 MKII w/vacuum platter, Rabco SL-8E, Grace F9-E, McIntosh ML-2C (2) & ML-1C (4) stacked, MQ-107, SAE 2800, Nakamichi Dragon, Tandberg 64X, JL Audio f113 (2), NO TV!
Turntable/Arm - Yamaha GT 2000/Yamaha YSA-1
Cartridge - Soundsmith The Voice(Ebony)
Phono stage - Moon LP 5.3
Preamp - Hornshoppe The Truth
Speakers - KRK Expose E8B Mastering Monitors
Turntable support counts as another component. 21 Clearaudio Magix and more.
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