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1 hour ago, Idlewithnodrive said:

Yes, that's the one Nick. Fab aren't they ?

It was one of those things where I knew exactly what I’d use it for.  It could do with some little squishy feet as mine isn’t 100% stable, despite being almost a tripod layout.  A little stick-on thingy should sort it.  Definitely recommended if your turntable is not well lit, or like me your eyes aren’t as sharp as they once were!

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24 minutes ago, Nopiano said:

It was one of those things where I knew exactly what I’d use it for.  It could do with some little squishy feet as mine isn’t 100% stable, despite being almost a tripod layout.  A little stick-on thingy should sort it.  Definitely recommended if your turntable is not well lit, or like me your eyes aren’t as sharp as they once were!

Excellent. Thanks for posting that. I've been looking for a suitable TT light and provided I can find a way to mount it (almost no flat area on the wall shelf) that should do perfectly.

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17 hours ago, HoopsOnToast said:

Speakers

  • Supravox 165-2000 (DIY)

How do these sound...?

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Super Wammer
1 hour ago, Tony_J said:

How do these sound...?

I really like them, not the last word in bass but they work very well in my room. I don't feel the need to add a tweeter although I do like the idea of using the drivers with some bass support.

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3 hours ago, rabski said:

Excellent. Thanks for posting that. I've been looking for a suitable TT light and provided I can find a way to mount it (almost no flat area on the wall shelf) that should do perfectly.

Here ya go, picked it up from fleabay, and fitted to my TT shelf using the built in bulldog clip. Think it was about £12.50 and I used Pritt stick to fix the on/off switch (with 3 brightness levels) to the back rail of the shelf. 

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