Redboy's Audio Demortuum

#22
It's been awhile since I posted any updates, but that's largely because I haven't made too many changes!

A couple of Lenco Heaven guys came over this past weekend for an birthday/anniversary celebration (LH is 10!). I totally forgot to take pictures, but my friend Scott snapped a couple!

Here are his pictures of the current system. The 301 and a Ray Samuels phono pre are the newest kids on the block.





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#32
@Redboy, your pics have helped answer a dilemma I'm having...

Are your turntables just fit into a plinth designed to rest on top of your rack? If so, I should probably start designing a rack and turtnable plinth I could use to outfit several tables I have laying around.

Love the pics, and the video!
 
#36
@Redboy, your pics have helped answer a dilemma I'm having...

Are your turntables just fit into a plinth designed to rest on top of your rack? If so, I should probably start designing a rack and turtnable plinth I could use to outfit several tables I have laying around.
Yep, the rack I am using has a top shelf that lifts off/out, and my turntable plinths have been just the right dimensions to sit on top of the rack supports like they were made to go there. In one case (the ROK) that's been true; otherwise, it's just been a lucky, happy coincidence that it worked out that way!
 
#37
Very nice Nate.
I love the ROK , if I get the itch for another deck it will probably be a 34 cause thier cool.
All your stuff looks great.
Thanks Ed. :)

The L34 is a great little rig, but this beastie makes those Rondine series tables look like toys! Definitely worth a look.
 
#38
Yep, the rack I am using has a top shelf that lifts off/out, and my turntable plinths have been just the right dimensions to sit on top of the rack supports like they were made to go there. In one case (the ROK) that's been true; otherwise, it's just been a lucky, happy coincidence that it worked out that way!
Good to know.

I have a Rek-O-Kut TR43H (formerly used as a cutting lathe deck) that I'd love to press into service, but the plinth would have to be 6"tall to cover the motor. It's just too hard to make something like that look good. A rack's the solution then!
 
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