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  • Studer A-807

    Finally found a clean Studer. It will be taking a trip to Soren at CS Electronics for a complete overhaul before being put into service.
    System 1- Wilson Alexia 2, Pass XA100.8, Ref 6, Ref 3, Esoteric K1, G1, Avid Acutus Ref with SME V and Koetsu Onyx, J-Corder flux heads direct balanced output, Doshi 3.0 tape preamp,Modified Revox PR99, Teac X-2000M, Kimber Selects, Cardas Clear Beyond power.
    System 2 - Magnepan 3.7, Magnepan MMG (rear), Rel sub, Pass X-250.5, Marantz (rear), Pass XP-22, Parasound preamp, Vendetta Phono SCP-2T, SME 20/3 with SME V & Lyra Atlas, OPPO 205, Sony SCD-5400ES,Revox PR99, Revox B-77, Kimber Selects.

  • #2
    NICE! Looks awesome, congrats. I *LOVE* my A807 😁
    TAPE: Studer A807, A810; Revox B77 MkII; Tascam BR-20; Technics RS-1700; Pioneer RT-707, RT-909
    VINYL: Pioneer PL-50LII/Benz LP-S MR/ModWright PH 9.0; Denon DP59-L/Dynavector 20xH
    DIGITAL: Oppo BDP-95, MacMini > Oppo Sonica/Pioneer N-50
    SPEAKERS: B&W Nautilus 800, Pioneer DSS-9
    AMPS: Cary SLP-05/Sunfire Signature 600, Pioneer SX-1980

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    • #3
      Very nice. Kudos.

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      • #4
        Congratulations
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        Every day is a good day to play analog.
        - 12" 33-1/3 RPM or 45 RPM vinyl
        - 10.5" 15ips or 30ips tape
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        Every day is a good day for live music.
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        • #5
          Awesome looking deck. Best of luck with that machine.
          Life is analog...digital is just samples thereof.
          https://www.edsstuff.org

          Analog: VPI Prime, 3 Belt Drive, Dual Pivot, ADS, Ortofon Windfeld Ti, Liberty B2B-1, Sky 30 Trans, Stereo Squares Dust Cover
          Amp: Rogue RP-9 + Schiit Loki + Parasound A21
          Speakers: Magnepan MMC2 + DW-M + REL T5/i
          Digital: TASCAM UH-7000, Pioneer DV-47Ai, NAD C446, Schiit Modi Multibit
          Headphones: Stax Lambda Pro, Focal Clear, Schiit Lyr 2
          Wires: Kimber Hero + 8TC + AQ Leopard

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          • #6
            Sweet, Soren will make it sing. I spent most of the day yesterday with him. A few small tweaks to my duplication machines and then a great dinner before he headed back to Indiana. Soren is just one of the best.

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            • jonathanhorwich
              jonathanhorwich commented
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              Amen to that. He's a technical genius.

            • El Magnifico
              El Magnifico commented
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              He is. Too bad he's so far from me and sending him a MTR monster to his shop is almost impossible. It's cheaper to fly a tech down here than to ship it there. Right now Terry Palmer is servicing a PS board for me in Nashville. I have to do many minor repairs, calibration and basic maintenance myself. Ki Choi has been my inspiration!

            • Reel2reelman
              Reel2reelman commented
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              Does Soren go out of State todo repairs? Can someone fly him down?

          • #7
            This is how mine was shipped, after way too many shipping mishaps everything is now shipped in Pelican cases. I’m building up a collection.
            System 1- Wilson Alexia 2, Pass XA100.8, Ref 6, Ref 3, Esoteric K1, G1, Avid Acutus Ref with SME V and Koetsu Onyx, J-Corder flux heads direct balanced output, Doshi 3.0 tape preamp,Modified Revox PR99, Teac X-2000M, Kimber Selects, Cardas Clear Beyond power.
            System 2 - Magnepan 3.7, Magnepan MMG (rear), Rel sub, Pass X-250.5, Marantz (rear), Pass XP-22, Parasound preamp, Vendetta Phono SCP-2T, SME 20/3 with SME V & Lyra Atlas, OPPO 205, Sony SCD-5400ES,Revox PR99, Revox B-77, Kimber Selects.

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          • #8
            Originally posted by TommyTunes View Post
            This is how mine was shipped, after way too many shipping mishaps everything is now shipped in Pelican cases. I’m building up a collection.
            Smart move! I did the same for my Nagra Ts. I bought two Pelican cases - one for the tub and one for the meter bridge and keyboard. Well worth it for piece of mind and (pretty much) bomb proof.

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            • #9
              This is a great way to ship smaller machines, but all of my machines are are consoles. Most of them weight in the neighborhood of 250 pounds. Crating them is one way to go, but then the freight companies will stack something on top of them. So I have either shipped or had machines shipped to me on pallets. Just take the casters off, put protection around the transport and meters and strap it down. I have move about 10 console machines this way and it always works.

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