There is the "turntabledoc" 2 hours away but he says he is busy and that this is not a quick job. I just bought a Rega Planar 3 as an interim table so I'm not in a big hurry.
I will contact your folks......thanks!
Best of luck!!
Do you know a good competent audiophile gear repair shop local to you? I'm in StL and am lucky to have Alpha Tech close here in St louis MO:
and I would first consult with them about the repairs needed.
The cartridge cable in the ADC arm broke off somewhere in the tone arm shaft so I'm looking to replace the arm with a Rega/Moth, Jelco, SME, or any other decent arm. I need someone to do the install and set it up properly. I do have a blank arm board.
A long shot but you never know.......
Located in North Carolina and will ship.
Hi Rudy, hope you're doing well. Are you still running DBB's for your bass? Have you run, even if you didn't build, any of the horned bins? Are you still using your DCX2496? I'm asking about the DCX because I am still trying to get past the GUI on the laptop for the unit that just frustrates me and when I hooked it all back up for the 3rd time last week, I'm really getting some noise through the unit.
I was talking about a Dixielander type build with something like the Eminence 12". It may be tricky but I always liked the structural rigidity of the design or modified due to it locking all for sideds of the horn. Much less horn resonance due to unsupported panels.
Your thoughts are good for an easier build.
That’s not unusual. Cats have sometimes been known to go inside La Scalas. They can climb in the back of the top section, where the tweeter, squawker, and crossover live, or they can go in one side of the bass horn and come out the other side. That last one is only possible for slim cats.