Best surface, Marble, slate, cutting board???

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Mr Pig
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Re: Best surface, Marble, slate, cutting board???

Post by Mr Pig » 05 Dec 2019 17:23

Erin1 wrote:
05 Dec 2019 12:14
A company cannot "think" anything.

If a platter was made of solid gold it would cost thousands. That wouldn't necessarily make it sound better. But I'm sure the marketing department would find a way of telling potential buyers that it does.

I do think most turntables of a certain quality sound much the same.

They certainly do sound more the same than different.

I've played the same record on many turntables. Cheap. Expensive. Old. New. Belt drive, rim drive, direct drive.

I recognised the music on every one.
Clearly these differences you speak of are minor rather than major.
Yes, there are differences, but they're minor not major.
I disagree with every word you've said.

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Re: Best surface, Marble, slate, cutting board???

Post by Erin1 » 06 Dec 2019 06:58

Mr Pig wrote:
05 Dec 2019 17:23
Erin1 wrote:
05 Dec 2019 12:14
A company cannot "think" anything.

If a platter was made of solid gold it would cost thousands. That wouldn't necessarily make it sound better. But I'm sure the marketing department would find a way of telling potential buyers that it does.

I do think most turntables of a certain quality sound much the same.

They certainly do sound more the same than different.

I've played the same record on many turntables. Cheap. Expensive. Old. New. Belt drive, rim drive, direct drive.

I recognised the music on every one.
Clearly these differences you speak of are minor rather than major.
Yes, there are differences, but they're minor not major.
I disagree with every word you've said.
Excellent.😃

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