Standing a bit close ain't ya Jerry? You haven't got the whole TT in any of them.;-)
OK - here's the current tt setup -- 10p if you can identify it <:-P
Hah - and I thought you were knowledgable. That clamp is none other than the legendary Revolver "Pig". :-O
Actually, it really is very good!
The tt is a Mitsubishi DP-EC10 direct drive. Fully refurbed by a collector of such semi-vintage items in Holland, and then sold to me via eBay. Fully automatic, too - heresy, I know, so don't tell anyone. :-$
Hmm, yes, OK.
I do love my Japanese direct drive tt's - there's just something about them ... :x
My fave(s)? ....
Well, looks-wise, many folk (including me) think this Denon was a stunner .... I exhibited it at the Wigwam Scalford Show a few years back, and there was a never-ending stream of admirers!
Sound-wise -- my Pioneer PL-71 was excellent -- once suitably kitted-out with a ResoMat --
But then, suitably tweaked with a pile of audiofool lossy LP mats, the Mitsu is close enough sonically not to matter. And the auto functions have completely won me over (as expected!).
A Pioneer PL600X dd was good too, especially once the Herbie Mat was installed.
The Technics SL7 was a BIG disappointment, however.
And, of course, a trusty Technics SL-1210 was duly installed and much enjoyed.
Sonic opinion? - SL7 worst, then Denon, Pioneer, Technics, Mitsubishi and by a hair, PL-71 was probably top dog.
All of them, bar the Techie SL7, were enjoyable, though.
I'll stick with the PL-71 then...That Denon does look fantastic tho' - warp speed captain!
Wow! TTs on Chews. --- If TTs sound as great as they look....I don't want to know!
It's kind of distressing, actually.
I usually have a high end (viz multi-£k) CD player. And they always sound great.But visitors invariably think my cheapo DD turntables with a moderate price MC cart sound better.Sadly, I suspect they are correct.
There is a magic to well setup vinyl, imho.
@Jim's TTs are really good. The last time I was there, much to my surprise, the Voyd was sounding better than the 401, and I love his 401.