And the minimum bid is a low, low $200!!!
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... Albertporter: If you hook the output from the 8 track up to an Audio Note Dac 5 or DCS Elgar/Purcell, you can upsample the 8 track to 16 track. Then search eBay for another Fisher integrated receiver so that you can biamp your Soundlab Ultimates. And don't forget to Rollerblock the whole setup for maximumn resolution:)
I am reminded of a guy that I used to work for who had previously been the Director of Sales at Magnovox (Div of Phillips). He once told me that, when CD players were first being mass-marketed, he hooked up a Magnovox CD player to a Sears receiver & speakers and it blew away any high-end system he had ever heard. Perhaps I should let him know of this one- he and Cornfedboy (and maybe Albert) can fight over it!
As for me, I'm too strapped right now to get into this kind of exotic gear. Remember, after spending $200+, one STILL needs a dime to tape on to the headshell. Do the expenses never stop?
With that particular model turntable, a dime won't work, you must use a quarter.
No.......... the expense never stops, once you step into this level of high end audio.
By the way, does anyone have any tricks for removing the Scotch tape residue from the head shell during those times of monetary crisis?