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  1. @glens - very well said, I couldn't agree with you more. All of the VPI tonearms have the capability to adjust VTA. The more expensive "on the fly" tonearms simply make it easier to perform the adjustment. With the non "on the fly" tonearms you are simply required to loosen two set screws, make the adjustment using a thumb-nut and then retighten the set screws. VPI suggests that the "on the fly" VTA be made per one's listening "taste" instead of adjusting the tonearm so that it is parallel to the vinyl. Either way, it's an easy adjustment and not rocket science. If the uni-pivot mechanism is too complex or has inherent design problems I've never experienced them. If you have a humble opinion or have experienced "issues" with the uni-pivot arm then you must have owned one? No?
  2. Great question! I don't have the personal experience to answer if the "Prime Signature" is worth it. I purchased a used Prime Scout Turntable with the JMW 3D tonearm on Ebay. It sounds great! https://www.musicdirect.com/turntables/VPI-Prime-Scout-Turntable-with-JMW-3D-Tonearm-Armwand Because the Prime Scout sounded so good, I'm also curious if VPI's Prime Signature turntable (that lists for twice as much as mine) is worth it. https://www.musicdirect.com/turntables/VPI-Prime-Signature-Turntable
  3. Nelson Pass interview #3:
  4. This is the second in a six part series of Nelson Pass interviews that post every Saturday. Nelson Pass on learning his craft at ESS, then starting Threshold, Pass Labs and First Watt.
  5. Interesting Nelson Pass interview. https://youtu.be/msE14cWTwKI
  6. The Highwaymen: Kris Kristofferson, Johnny Cash, Waylon Jennings and Willie Nelson. 1985
  7. Hey Mossy, Nice choice!
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