I use a Stanton T.90. I'm planning on getting a new cart soon, so currently I'm using the one off of my now-Broken BSR turntable. (Magnetic, Not Ceramic, before you start flipping out on me!
fun.~Aim and Ignite is spinning!
"It’s that sinking feeling of being alone And it’s the way it makes you screech And pulls the skin off your bones! And I can’t help but think, as I pick my mouth off the floor; Will you still know me in a year?"
For general listening and installed in the lounge I have a 10 year old Sherwoord PM 8550 fitted with an Ortofon 2M Red cartridge going to an Onkyo Home Cinema amp (has phono).
For needledropping and set up in the study I have a Pro-Ject Xpression III with an Ortofon Alpha cartridge connected to my Apple MacBook via an Artcessories USB phono stage. I also run a phono cables to the back of a Sony CD Minisystem so that I can use the Pro-Ject for just listening whilst I am working. Not as powerful or rich sounding as the Onkyo obviously but not bad.
Hi all, fresh new with my first TT, a Pioneer PL-A25 with Ortofon OM10. don't know if it is a good TT or not (can't find any information about it on the web) but for a first one in a vintage association (Marantz2230/AR18) it's very good to me.