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Originally Posted by FrantzM /forum/post/15570325


Goldmund makes sure of topping it off with the most expensive TT, I have so far read about: $300,000!!!...

If you take off the surrounding case, the innards are a Rega P1...
 

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If you take off the surrounding case, the innards are a Rega P1...

Truthfully ..no.. This is basically the same machine Goldmund used to sell in the 80's for about 15K then $25,000.. Now 300,000.. !! I will fish for some values in TTs... but know that this will be my last TT... Now my aim is to enjoy the best digital has to offer and frankly from many account the HRx seems to surpass subjectively everything analog had to offer...
 

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Why is the Rockport Sirius on this list? Is it not available anymore? This might just expose how ignorant I am about the turntable market but so be it.
 

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he better hurry up and double that price! Otherwise people will buy the goldmund instead...

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You have to wonder how many people are using those turntables... to convert the records to MP3 files!
 

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The new Rockport Sirius is a lot more purty than the Goldmund. That should be worth 100K all by itself. I wonder if I will find a Sirius III at Goodwill anytime soon.
 

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I find it interesting that so many decks are so expensive. I don't believe it take so much to get the information from the groove correctly. Don't forget that most vinyls have just maybe 40-50 dB in s/n.
 

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Originally Posted by NIN74 /forum/post/15582333


I find it interesting that so many decks are so expensive. I don't believe it take so much to get the information from the groove correctly. Don't forget that most vinyls have just maybe 40-50 dB in s/n.

Take some time and research the Sirius Turntable. You might learn something ( although unlikely). Have a read of the Stereophile review of the Sirius lll from a few years ago. You might be enlightened


http://www.stereophile.com/analogsou...258/index.html
 

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Micheal Fremer words are not really worth anything to me. The question is, what problem do vinyl have and how can I build a player that can add as little as possible to the signal.

One problem that I find really strange is the lack of "centerfixation". Most vinyl are NOT 100% centered and that will REALLY color the sound. Nakamichi Dragon-CT had a way to fix this but I don't think any player on the market today can fix it. A real problem that nobody cares about
 

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Just more of the same from you


Don't you hear that? Maybe your system is not that revealing so it show the pitch problems you will get then.
 

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Good for you that you don't hear those problems. I have a revealing system that show this problem
 
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