Thanks for info. I will definitely take it into consideration if my Monacor fails first tests. Technical data suggests TC-750 should be much better as for S/N ratio), but as we all know it is not technical data we take pleasure from
Definitely there may be to much noise from Monacor... The question is if it is acceptable and may be interesting / real compromise between the price and musicality and stereo stage width or not. Have not had any good info about Dynavox TC-750 here in Poland so I abondoned it at the beginning. Maybe it is a mistake I've made...
Guess nobody knows. Gonna be the first to check
...and after more than 30 hours of listening I still cannot say much. It is due I am generally a little disappointed with the sound that comes from the turntable. It is rather the stylus problem so I am not going to judge too quick
Though the components seems to be cheep it just works. No chip inside, it is based on C1815 transistors. Design is as simple as possible. On the outside it is just ok, solid enough. Between the tracks you can hear some noise in the mids, but this is acceptable for me. It disappears as soon as the music starts playing. The annoying thing is the signal level. It seems to be a little low. I cannot compare it to anything. It is so:
- the volume in my amp set at 10 o'clock - it is acceptable to listen to the vinyls at night, not disturbing neighbors
- volume set at the same level - listening to CDs is quite loud and powerfull. I think there should not be so big difference.Some photos
Alec, how about the singnal level in your TC 75x?