I spent the afternoon setting up an MMF 7.1 turntable with a nice Goldring cartridge.

I spent this evening with a tall glass going through some of the new albums delivered to my door yesterday. What a world we live in.

I returned the MMF 5.1 SE which did not have an isolated plinth so, I hated it. The 7.1 sounds great. Bob Marley Legends, sounded just terrific, The Man in Black (Ring of Fire, Walk the Line) Wow.

I have to say, there is something about vinyl which sounds ... pleasing.

I'm using the Kenwood KA9100 which is supposed to have a great phono section.

My good friend is going to go into my ASL MG SI 15DT and swap out the busted output block (interconnects pulled the guts out). I think the SET tube amp with the turntable will sound even better.

Anyway, spin your vinyl, let the electrons boil from the plates in your tubes and enjoy the music.

Edited by 2x6spds (06/24/12 03:01 AM)
Enjoy the Music. Trust your ears. Laugh at Folks Who Claim to Know it All.