Category : Turntables
Here are some photos I’ve took a while ago at Darthy store (facebook page here):
I bought my dbx 224X unit some years ago, to record my own dbx cassettes. A few years later I added my first dbx-equipped deck: the Technics RS-B965. Thanks to John Lydle, the most passionated walkman collector I’ve ever known I knew about the dbx vinyl discs. I was very curious about them and bought my first […]
I have been at my friend Angel’s music room recently. We have been listening to his brand new setup, which is… unbelievable! He shown me his unbelievable turntable and valve amplifier, and boy… that sounds awesome. It’s a Kronos Sparta, a true ultra high end model that weights 32 Kg and looks truly impressive. I […]
If you like vinyls I think you’ll like this video. It shows a rare Thriller picture disc on my also rare Technics SL1200 Limited Edition. I hope you enjoy it.
The Technics SL1200 is a world-wide standard in turntables. When it appeared in 1972 it was so shocking advanced that made all the competition to look outdated. With its heavy mass (12Kg), a direct-drive mechanism with very high torque (that makes the platter reach its speed in just 0.7 seconds), a quartz locked phase control […]
As i recently became more interested in vinyl, I was told that the vinyl can sound better than a CD. So I asked myself: can this be really possible? To me a CD was always what offered better sound so… Can a vinyl sound better? It was clear to me that to find the answer […]
Collecting walkmans is great. I love tapes and walkmans and almost anything related to them. But, aside from collecting them I like to collect also rare accesories, like the dbx portable decoder: Also, apart from ‘standard’ walkmans, I like other type of walkmans, like DCC (Digital Compact Cassette, a very unsucessful standard for digital tapes). […]