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Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 27 May 2019 14:46
by Delta667
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Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 28 May 2019 05:27
by Delta667
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Satin M-117
Yes, they sang, occasionally tonal distortions appeared. Short and not even very often))
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before service ...
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and after.

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 28 May 2019 05:30
by Delta667
Satin M-117
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Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 04 Jun 2019 15:21
by Delta667
Delta-Expression.
My new cartridge.
This is more than good))
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During the preliminary tests - 3 grams.
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Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 04 Jun 2019 15:23
by billshurv
Ivory side plates again?

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 04 Jun 2019 16:16
by Delta667
Whale's tooth which is over 50 years old. ))
I still remember when the whaling fleet entered the Golden Horn Bay in Vladivostok.
He was met by the whole city.
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The nameplate will also be made of bone.

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 04 Jun 2019 16:42
by billshurv
I really like it. I'll start filling my piggy bank :)

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 04 Jun 2019 17:22
by myles
Delta667 wrote:
21 May 2019 13:57
Today I upgraded the cartridge for our forum member.
Above the body of his cartridge, someone mocked slightly, for which I did not understand. Now, “103” has found a new image for itself, of course, not without my help and kindly betrayed components from the "VSN" company from St. Petersburg.
This one is within my grasp, sat at the post office waiting for me to collect it on Friday morning!

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 04 Jun 2019 23:06
by Wimbo
Delta667 wrote:
04 Jun 2019 16:16
Whale's tooth which is over 50 years old. ))
I still remember when the whaling fleet entered the Golden Horn Bay in Vladivostok.
He was met by the whole city.

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The nameplate will also be made of bone.
Will be nice to see the finished product Dmitry. :knight:

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 05 Jun 2019 04:21
by Delta667
myles wrote:
04 Jun 2019 17:22
Delta667 wrote:
21 May 2019 13:57
Today I upgraded the cartridge for our forum member.
Above the body of his cartridge, someone mocked slightly, for which I did not understand. Now, “103” has found a new image for itself, of course, not without my help and kindly betrayed components from the "VSN" company from St. Petersburg.
This one is within my grasp, sat at the post office waiting for me to collect it on Friday morning!
It's fine ! ))
I hope you have installed a cartridge on your player?
Does it harmonize with your interior? ))

Very interesting, I received two messages about an unsuccessful attempt to deliver the parcel, but there is still no message about its receipt.

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 05 Jun 2019 04:36
by C2H3Cln2
"whale's tooth"? :-k What in the world? ... So, what makes a cartridge special? is it the Diamond, Safire stylus? its cut: Nude, Gyger S, Gyger II, elliptical; is it the coils? copper, silver plated, gold plated: is it the magnet? Is it the body-make- up: whale's tooth, wood, Palo Santo, resin: is it the cantilever: cactus, tin, platinum....? Seems to me that the more the extravagant the materials, the more people seem to read into their quality.... Is that just banal exuberance?... or just baloney? Just wandering. :-k

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 05 Jun 2019 05:30
by Delta667
I am sure that the main difference between the cartridges in their design. I created my own design.
Bone is just a small touch to good sound - a tribute of respect and harmony. ))
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Perhaps I will allow myself to continue.

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 05 Jun 2019 09:40
by sliceofhogan
Ofcourse you will :D
:tumbleweed: don't let the tumbleweeds distract you :wink:

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 05 Jun 2019 09:48
by billshurv
C2H3Cln2 wrote:
05 Jun 2019 04:36
"whale's tooth"? :-k What in the world?
It's light, well damped and looks nice.
Seems to me that the more the extravagant the materials, the more people seem to read into their quality.... Is that just banal exuberance?... or just baloney? Just wandering. :-k
A hublot watch with moon dust in it is baloney. At what point a cartridge becomes a luxury item and engineering takes second place to bling is tricky. Ortofon were casting sapphire bodies for their cartridges in the 80s so its not new. Lyra use ceramics in their models.

But for a bespoke cartridge, one of a kind, no reason not to treat oneself :)

FWIW I have some cartridges that are great and purely functional (Denon DL-109, Panasonic EPC-205CII) and some that are pure theatre (Ortofon Rohmann-machined from solid, Ortofon Rondo- Compressed wood fibre and urushi laquer). I appreciate them all but do have a soft spot for the Ortofons.

Re: Cartridge Close-Ups - Show Your Shots!

Posted: 05 Jun 2019 10:20
by balky
Delta667 wrote:
05 Jun 2019 05:30
I am sure that the main difference between the cartridges in their design. I created my own design.
Bone is just a small touch to good sound - a tribute of respect and harmony. ))
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Perhaps I will allow myself to continue.
Just seeing this today... really really nice... :D :D :D