Congratualtions, Joe! Yours was a great story to share. Thank you!
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Yes John at 'The Audio Connection" is a fantastic dealer.Anyone in Seattle who is in to highend tube gear/vinyl...etc. should visit his shop.He has been incredibly patient while I audition various componets.Also,he and Denis Had from CARY AUDIO have been wonderful in assiting me with modifications to my CARY phono stage and 805c amplifiers.
John will continue to assist you as you upgrade in the future.....
Glad you made the Rega move! great tables and the cart. is designed to match. I remember when I switched from a denon direct drive to a Rega 3 back in 1987... WOW! tweaked and tweaked the P-3 over the years and have now been a happy owner of the P-9 since 2001. Next move for you should be your amps.. the Vandy sig's. are very respectable. Also power filtering for the Rega table supply should make a difference.
Congratulations Joe! After 12 years I'm spinning vinyl again. It is still miraculous how vinyl can sound. The matter whether vinyl is better than digital isn't solved yet, because I think analog and digital are two different media with own signatures. I've heard the Rega is a tweaker's delight. I wonder if it would matter if you place the turntable on a sort of vibration absorbing base (off the shelf or DIY). What kind of design is the Rega turntable (suspended or non-suspended)? Is the cartridge a MC or MM design? Happy New Year to all of you.