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drummerman

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insider9 said:
Vladimir said:
No one ever impressed ppl with a Rega Brio.
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Not sure, I think plenty of folks would be proud to own a Brio.

I certainly wouldn't spend a wad on cash on the OP's Marantz. As to sentimental value ... Let go :)
 

Vladimir

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drummerman said:
insider9 said:
Vladimir said:
No one ever impressed ppl with a Rega Brio.
Quote of the week
Not sure, I think plenty of folks would be proud to own a Brio.

I certainly wouldn't spend a wad on cash on the OP's Marantz. As to sentimental value ... Let go :)
Oh, just stop it, you contrarian.

 

Ch3m

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Actually all the time my parents come to visit me, dad pushes me to change the Amp and the turntable. But before investing money I want to be sure.

I auditioned a pair of Tannoy Revolution XT6F, they were quite good in the shop but a bit disappointing when taken home for the test. It might have been my room that was too small for the speakers or the rest of the system which is not good enough for appreciate the difference between the two speakers, but I couldn't find a reason for their price
 

Vladimir

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Looks like you'll eventually change everything. The typical hipster newb system these days is a Marantz PM6006 + Project Debut or Rega RP1 + MA Bronze 2. You're 33% complete.
 
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QuestForThe13thNote

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Ch3m said:
Actually all the time my parents come to visit me, dad pushes me to change the Amp and the turntable. But before investing money I want to be sure.

I auditioned a pair of Tannoy Revolution XT6F, they were quite good in the shop but a bit disappointing when taken home for the test. It might have been my room that was too small for the speakers or the rest of the system which is not good enough for appreciate the difference between the two speakers, but I couldn't find a reason for their price
i think you are probably right there. The xt6f is a good speaker imho.
 

Vladimir

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Ch3m said:
Vladimir if the MA made me an hipster I will change them immediately!
It was a bit tongue in cheek comment.
But do consider the PM6005 or 6006 (essentially the same).
 

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