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  • PNW Phasemation Group Buy

    We are super excited to be bringing Phasemation to the Pacific NW. To celebrate, a deal for your consideration: If four local analog lovers (Washington + Oregon) want to grab any Phasemation cartridge (including the entry-level PP-300) we'll hand deliver it and setup on your table all for free*! Available if four commitments are made by August 7th.



    * within 5 hours drive from Seattle, and timing of delivery must be a little flexible so we can make an efficient trip out of it!
    http://solypsa.com/
    Last edited by solypsa; 08-05-2017, 03:09 PM.
    Regards,

    Erik
    http://solypsa.com
    North American distributor for:
    Sensitive Sound MC Cartridges
    STST Turntables + Tonearms


    Available for in home setup and calibration of fine turntable systems

  • #2
    Official USA pricing of the line presently:

    PP-2000 $5,550
    PP-1000 $4,100
    PP-500 $2,799
    PP-300 $1,799

    Waiting for NA distributor to get me the official pricing on the Mono. This is the first time Phasemation will have been available through authorized channels in the PNW!
    Regards,

    Erik
    http://solypsa.com
    North American distributor for:
    Sensitive Sound MC Cartridges
    STST Turntables + Tonearms


    Available for in home setup and calibration of fine turntable systems

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    • #3
      I used the PP300 a while back, its an excellent sounding cart but with a lower compliance than the Lyras and Transfigs I normally rotate in and out of my system. The PP300 needed a heavier mass arm than what I had (RPM2) it was better with the Graham Phantom. I think it would mate well with most 12 inchers and arms than mate well with something like a DL103, the Ikedas, Miyajimas, etc.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Rob View Post
        I used the PP300 a while back, its an excellent sounding cart but with a lower compliance than the Lyras and Transfigs I normally rotate in and out of my system. The PP300 needed a heavier mass arm than what I had (RPM2) it was better with the Graham Phantom. I think it would mate well with most 12 inchers and arms than mate well with something like a DL103, the Ikedas, Miyajimas, etc.
        Could help match a buyer with a good tonearm

        Regards,

        Erik
        http://solypsa.com
        North American distributor for:
        Sensitive Sound MC Cartridges
        STST Turntables + Tonearms


        Available for in home setup and calibration of fine turntable systems

        Comment

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