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Offline classicrecordings

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Re: F44s, 960s, 1260s, etc.
« Reply #15 on: November 14, 2008, 08:07:27 PM »
At the top end we are in the development phase of a full on custom playback machine with built in electronics. Stay tuned on that one.

Has anything come of this yet, or is it a no-go?

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HK Citation 1 Pre-amp, Thorens TD-124, Ortofon 309S arm, SPU cartridges, mono block tube amps, Ars Acoustica LaDiva speakers, and I'm still trying to decide what machine to go with.

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Re: The Seduction Repro Amp Project
« Reply #16 on: November 14, 2008, 10:19:43 PM »
I my guess it would cost about $5K to $15K to produce. the US labor force
wants BIG $$$ it seems for wages to produce anything if we are talking a
new complete design from scratch. If it is just modifying a deck, then I'd use
say 1/3 the price of the machine as a reasonable upgrade path.
Leave any comments with my aviator.
PS. I think more music needs to come before more hardware designs.

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