Responses from swampwalker

Strange buzzing from turntable
By any chance are you running a Grado cart?  I have read that they are not shielded and some will pick up noise, esp. from the TT motor.   
Why are there no botique car audio recievers?
One of the big problems right now that is depressing that market is the integration of the audio electronics with the rest of the computing power and electronics of the car.  Most of those systems are proprietary so the days of just swapping in a ... 
B&W 801 vintage speakers in small space
YW, lawlass (perhaps an attorney of the female persuasion?).  Unless I missed something, you will also need a pre-amp (with phono stage if you want to spin vinyl) to switch sources and control volume.  Rather than drop $1K on a CDP, I would go w... 
NOS tubes
bdp24 and robererman and tomcy6 nailed it.   
B&W 801 vintage speakers in small space
+1 Almarg.  the 801s should be just fine in a 1000 sq. ft. room.   
Speaker Suggestions for 300b SET Amp
Depending on room size and music choice, you will want high eff. speakers with a 300b amp.  As Atmasphere and others point out (and I have heard w my own ears), once you start to push an SET amp, distortion increases dramatically.  You will want a... 
How thick should the front baffle of speakers be?
@soundsrealaudio- Martinis should be stirred, not shaken.  Just sayin' ;-) 
amp (or receiver) recommendation for Polk Audio RTi A7 floorstanding speakers
What if I set up the music listening area in 1/4 of 1/3 (or 1/2) of the room? Ido not require that the sound achieve a certain level all the way in the back of the room, for example. The room will be open, but I can establish my listening posi... 
Jadis DA60 with Separate Preamp
Google is your friend, a picture of the back panel shows a pre-amp in input.  For confirmation, suggest you PM member Trelja, he can probably tell you.  
amp (or receiver) recommendation for Polk Audio RTi A7 floorstanding speakers
Something like the Peachtree Audio Nova 220 SE integrated amp would fill the bill.  There are 2 for sale on this site right now and you should be able to buy it for your $1K budget.  You are going to need a lot of power to drive those speakers in ... 
New system has fatiguing, harsh high frequency sounds. How to fix?
lowoverdrive- Welcome!  As the responses to the OP amply demonstrate,  if you ask a question like this to 4 audiophiles, you will get 6 or 7 different answers.  You have done a good job of responding and describing the results of your experimentat... 
Who needs a MM cartridge type when we have MC?
The Blackbird is unhappy on the ground; the entire body sags atrest,because the titanium shell is so thin. Not only did it sag on the ground, but it also leaked fuel like a sieve.  The heat from friction with the (very thin at that altitude) at... 
Wrong way to clean a stylus!
@reubent I have a tapered piece about 1” Long and 1/4” wide and 1/4” thick with the toothpick (or a corn on the cob holder if I can’t find a toothpick) inserted in one end that I use for a handle.  
Wrong way to clean a stylus!
Am I the only one who still uses a small wedge of magic eraser on the end of a toothpick? 
Musician vs. audiophile
Just out of curiosity, do orchestra musicians or any musicians wear ear plugs whilst playing? Surely you've seen lots of musicians wearing IEMs...they provide substantial SPL attenuation while still allowing the players to hear themselves and th...