It is not clear to me why you sold the Groove if it was that much better; why not sell the P 75 and get another one. I have found it best to stay with what I know I like and that for you sounds like the Groove. I am a dealer for both VPI and Dynavector and have had both the Classic and the P 75 so I am familiar with them. They are both good units which can be bettered for more money but are great values. The Classic and Scoutmaster do not sound alike but are of comparable quality, it would be a personal choice which you should get. A friend just sold his loaded Classic and bought a P 25; he likes the sound of the VPI better but decided to downsize his system. Another friend uses a Scout with Superplatter with his Dunlavy or Duntech speakers[I forget which]. In short, you will improve the sound by either switch, which one you will like more is a question no one else can answer.
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