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    Senior Member 62S-R-S's Avatar
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    Cecil pa
    Quote Originally Posted by Simonjjb View Post
    Back in the early 80's I worked for PolyGram Records in New Zealand. Had all these great albums, including many German pressings on the Classical Deutsche Grammophon label. I remember how heavy they each were. Gave them all away....It was fun to go into the sound room and listen to new releases stamped from the masters that were shipped in from overseas...
    Never heard of pressings like that.. but interesting. Classical is not to everyone's taste, with hundreds of years history, so it's a tall order to gain any understanding of the volume of stuff out there. Otoh, it's worth the effort if you don't mind the archeology to learn about it. One thing that never seems to get old on vintage Advents, is Maurice André paired with a cathedral pipe organ in the late 70's. Talented when young, thrown out of a conservatory for lack of work ethic, which probably had something to do with how he developed. Never hear something like him again.


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    Mound, Louisiana
    Love the replies. Mine is an old Garrard. The mechanism that drops different "records" is very complex. Sadly the plastic cover died. But the rest of it looks stellar!

    When I get it back running, I'll get video of it.
    72 911S Targa #0807 95+% German.

    Paul Harrop 12.5% German.

    Early S #2059

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    Senior Member Simonjjb's Avatar
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    Wow. Amazing sound
    1968 911L Coupe - Golden Green
    1971 911S Coupe - Gemini Blue
    1973 911S Targa - Signal Yellow
    1974 914 2.3 - Sunflower Yellow

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    Senior Member joegt3cup's Avatar
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    Colebrook CT
    I have four vintage audio systems so of course I have four turntables all four Thorens, TD150, TD160, TD121, and a TD125.
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    Polo Red/Black 1967 Porsche 911S Coupe "Walter"
    Black/Red 1967 Alfa GTJr. Coupe "Nero"
    Italian Red 1994 Ducati 900SS/SP looks fast standing still
    Italian Red 1957 Gilera 150 Sport

    Ahhhh the sixties... I envision myself one early Saturday morning wearing plaid shorts, black shoes with white socks smoking a cigarette heading to the hardware store to buy a bag of nails.
    SWB cars are an acquired taste however once acquired theirs no turning back.

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    Senior Member Vintage Racer's Avatar
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    15 Year Member, Sandy Springs, GA
    I have a Benjamin Miracord with 3 sets of styluses. My everyday is a Dual.

    I have a bunch of other stereo equipment from the 1970's. It's called the Golden Age of Sound since sales were the highest. Everyone had vinyl records and systems.

    Vinyl is making a comeback recently.
    1972 Porsche 911
    2023 Porsche 911 Turbo
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    My turntable is an old Yamaha, still works fine, stylus is getting a bit old but that’s alright. Just got into Mario Castelnuovo-Tedesco’s music. With a father like that how could Tommy Tedesco not be a great guitarist?

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