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    Etsuro Gold MC Cartridge in house

    I think the price of retipping for cartridges is a bit strange.I have a rolex Gmt 2 since around 25 years and I kept it on my wrist 24 hours a day.I work at home with it, gardening...and my job is sometime as extreme sport. I broke the glass 2 times and got other problems ...i have never paid...
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    Transrotor cleaning arm

    Have you some experience with this cleaning arm to clean the record while playing ? https://www.hifi-phono-house.de/en/phono-accessories/recordcleaning/928/transrotor-ultra-light-disc-cleaning-brush-chrome
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    Favorite Food?

    For me Duck breast. https://images.app.goo.gl/qQuEGbwVnJcD4Rvd7
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    My New True Soundworks Apogee Diva Extremes

    Congratulations. Do you know what the impedance actually is?
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    More than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries issue 'warning to humanity'

    https://academic.oup.com/bioscience/advance-article/doi/10.1093/biosci/biz088/5610806 In 2019 nearly 4000 scientists disapered.
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    More than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries issue 'warning to humanity'

    http://www.curtinarch.com/blog/2010/6/16/did-climate-change-affect-the-hudson-valley-ad-800-1300 All the specialist in history in Europ agree with the warm period around 900 / 1300
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    More than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries issue 'warning to humanity'

    My friend, specialist in history has made Two thesis, one was on the climate in south of France between 900/ 1000 to 1990 .Climate around 1000 was clearly warmer than now.
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    More than 15,000 scientists from 184 countries issue 'warning to humanity'

    The climate was warmer in the past and people were living normally. Around 1000 there were cows in Groenlands (which means green country in danish). With a warmer climate there is more rains as there is more evaporation from the sea as it was the case in the ancient Egypt where desert were...
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    Alsyvox planars...prepare to sell your Magico's, YG's, Wilson's, Cessaro's. Maggie's, and all others!!

    I never heard the SEA 1 but have used the original jecklin float a lot and the listening is totally different from classic headphones.
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    The WBF humor and joke thread.

    https://tof.cx/image/qqmiCa Have you a problem with alcohol or an obsession for sex
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    Saskia model two

    Marc, Where have you found this iteration? Thanks
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    In praise of idlers

    Ddon't forget that all of these old idler have been built when the main in Europ was 220 volts maximum. So powering them at 210 220 volts give a better result, cleaner treble... https://positive-feedback.com/reviews/hardware-reviews/the-hanze-hifi-hat-turntable-power-supply/
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    In praise of idlers

    This man has worked a lot on lenco to ameliorate them. I have got one of his last plinth in massive aluminium of 160 lb. He finally built his statement turntable as seen on the picture. 400 lb. http://www.firstvoice-audio.com/pages/qui-sommes-nous-1.html...
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    In praise of idlers

    From Jacque B on lencoheaven Comparison between Goldmund Reference TT and PTP based LENCO PROTOTYPE: First, I have to mention that the Goldmund (GRTT)is now, after more than 10 years in my hands, at its best condition. I have used a new oil for the bearing, which is a personal creation, and...
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    In praise of idlers

    You must go down the column

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