audiopile wrote:I think this would not be a problem with the U-turn orbit - the main issue with the BOTL offerings from most of their competition is pretty ringy resonant base/plinth construction. The U-turn slab is at least somewhat less likely to sing along with the music. It also falls into the do less-do what you do well category.Somewhat to their surprise - the local record store is getting very few returned when compared to the AT and (choke ,gasp,gag....) Crosley's they have been selling for awhile.However - anybody have any experience with the rebadged Project tt Crosley sells ? BOTL Rega might be worth a look too ?
The U-Turn seems like a decent choice. I like the Rega's, and I've noticed they are highly regarded on this forum, but they are a bit out of my price range. I'm starting to like this vintage Sony 5520 I've been looking at https://lancaster.craigslist.org/ele/d/ ... 55748.html
It has a nice wood plinth, and I'm thinking it will probably outperform anything modern I can get for around the same price. If I get it, I will probably run the Audio-Technica cartridge it comes with for a while. Would the MP-110 be compatible with this one?