Vinylista -Garrard 301 / 401 / Thorens 124 / Technics SP10 - Vinylista - Garrard 301 / 401 / Thorens 124 / Technics SP10 -  Suspended Solid Wood Plinth          (handmade in Berlin)I will build new plinth mid of November. If you're lurking around my offerings and don't find the one to your taste, this will be the right moment to contact me to discuss your wishes !Hello t...980.00

Vinylista - Garrard 301 / 401 / Thorens 124 / Technics SP10 - Suspended Solid Wood Plinth (handmade in Berlin) [Expired]


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I will build new plinth mid of November. If you're lurking around my offerings and don't find the one to your taste, this will be the right moment to contact me to discuss your wishes !

Hello to all Vinylistas out there...


There are various possibilities of achieving a base for a vintage Garrard 301/401, Thorens 124 or Technics SP 10 - some are better, some are worse.
The vast majority of plinths offered today are mass loaded, multi layered NOT decoupled designs.
It is easy to tame the vibrations of a powerful idler drive motor using a heavy plinth. So everybody can bond multiple layers of material to achieve an 'okay' result. In these constructions the mechanical shortcomings of the device are concealed but not healed, since the flip side of using lot of mass is also storing a lot of energy.
So the rumble of the motor and spindle noise isn't gone but changed into other frequencies and interacting with the recorded music in no good way.
Even worse, they tend to rob the music of its vitality. Quite often a Garrard or Thorens in such mass loaded plinth seems to sound correctly as far as hi-fi is concerned but in the long run it portrays dull and uninspiring.
On the other hand, there are very few designs that work consciously with the interaction of different materials, balanced mass and clever decoupling designs. In my humble opinion this is the silver bullet for bringing back the recorded music to your ear, to your soul...
And this is the route I've followed for the last ten years - and more than 100 satisfied customers all over the world encourage me in this development. This has been an evolution from the first squash ball design to the current high specialized adjustable Delrin/Sorbothane bearing with special sandwich bonded motorboards.
Highest requirements at the materials I use and skilled workmanship is a matter of course !
If you want to know more about me and my work, please visit my homepage and don't hesitate to ask me !

News:
  • I'm glad to announce to be a verified dealer of Thomas Schick tonearms and headshell. I will (most) always have some 12 inch tonearms in stock and also his stunning Graphite headshell.
  • Finally you will get a base for your beloved Technics SP-10.
  • A complete new universal mounting block to use any tonearm between 9" and 12" (in cooperation with Robert Graetke from AnalogTubeAudio)
  • New plinth in stock: Zebrawood, Wenge, Jatoba, smoked Oak, Mahogany.

Please note:

There are many new plinths shown at my website. As these are all unique items it is imperative - First come, first served...

Martin Brenner

www.vinylista.de

info@vinylista.de

Berlin / Germany






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