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    Air purifiers

    My Costco has that Dyson unit on sale for $350 (from $500). I thought about it, but passed because we had recently bought 2 cheaper units to cover our home. I've always had good luck with Dyson products.
  2. Man, I love ribbon stripe mahogany! Beautiful work as always!
  3. I've been considering the Plasti Dip white with "pearlizer" to paint my Oris horns. The good part is if I don't like it, I can peel it off. Also hoping the rubber texture of Plasti Dip will tame the horns a little. I will be following your path here to see what works for you. Pearl white is my choice as well. Good luck! Jeremy
  4. Don't forget to add location. That plays a big factor in the value of items like this, that are not easily shipped.
  5. Move on from the JBL tweeter and use Chris A's advice. I think you will be disappointed in the JBL tweeter response on the low end. They are fantastic from 5 kHz and up, but thinking you are going to get good response @ 2.4 kHz is wishful.
  6. What midrange driver do you plan to use? If you plan to use a JBL 2405 tweeter, then I'm assuming this is a 3-way project.
  7. I would look for something "higher end" used. I'm a big fan of VPI tables. There is a pretty robust used market and a lot of bang for the buck. YMMV, good luck!
  8. This is a very good explanation of the simple point I made earlier in this thread, about the relationship between tone arm mass and cartridge compliance. The resulting resonant frequency is critical. Good job with the detailed explanation! Jeremy
  9. Make sure one speaker is not out of phase, which would significantly reduce overall output.
  10. Another thing that is often overlooked and worth noting when choosing a cartridge is matching the compliance (suspension) with your tone arm mass. If you are buying a complete new setup from a manufacturer, then this is already sorted out for you. If you are piecing together your own turntable, then you need to be aware of your tonearm mass and cartridge compliance relationship.
  11. Thanks! I love idler drive turntables. I have a pretty large Plinth, that I made, under my TD-124, but not nearly as large as yours vertically. I really like the scale and visual appeal you have going! Thanks for sharing. Jeremy
  12. I love that massive plinth! Is that a Lenco?
  13. A question I find myself asking every time I see a great set-up like this is; What are your room dimensions? I'm planning to downsize homes in a couple years and I fear I'm going to be relegated to a spare bedroom and I don't think that will be big enough for me. I love seeing these great set-ups and trying to envision what I will be able to do in the future. Nice job!
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