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About Dr.Kibbe

Your Gear Setup

  • Turntable
    Pro-Ject Debut Carbon w/ Acryl It platter
  • Speakers
    Wharfedale Diamond 10.2
  • Amplifiers
    NAD D3020
  • Phono Preamps
    NAD PP2i
  • Turntable Cartridge
    Ortofon 2M Blue
  • Turntable Speed Controller / Speed Box
    Pro-Ject Speedbox S

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  1. RFC variant shows as out of stock during check out... went with the Rough Trade pinwheel
  2. Nice! I've been on the hunt for a reasonably priced copy of that s/t for a long time.
  3. Haha you’re right... I pulled the trigger once the initial shock wore off. I think I did the same with Flower Boy.
  4. I want the limited, but do I $42.18 shipped want it? Hmmm.
  5. I don't remember how quick I jumped on the color variant of Cokie after it went up... but I received clear red w/ white and yellow splatter https://www.discogs.com/Cokie-The-Clown-Youre-Welcome/release/13539715
  6. Pirates Press just posted the Cokie variants on their record of the week blog
  7. new single came out today... Also, the second song on this solo acoustic set is the 3rd song on Problems...
  8. Yeah sounds like the 225's might work best for your set up and keeps the wife happy with the look... Can't go wrong!
  9. Here's my 2¢ as I have the 10.2's and like them a lot. I looked at the newer 225's before I bought the 10.2's and I'm pretty sure the advertised specs were almost identical...The biggest difference is that the 225's were better for smaller spaces since the bass port is integrated into the bottom of the speaker... while the 10.2's have two ports in the back of the speaker which means they need to be further away from the wall to sound their best. I have them on speaker stands and they are maybe 2 feet away from the wall. I bought them from music direct as demo units, so I couldn't justify paying the extra money for the newer 225's, especially since I had the room for the 10.2's. If I didn't have space to pull them away from the wall or if they were on shelves instead of stands I probably would have paid the extra money for the 225's.
  10. The vinyl looks like it's still available from the label's bandcamp page... https://takethistoheartrecords.bandcamp.com/album/old-women. Their main website shows out of stock, but maybe it's worth a try.
  11. Splurged on the test press earlier this morning. Enjoying the new song more than any of the songs on Kicker... can't wait to hear the rest.
  12. These are also up on amazon... EndSerenading GALAXY Colored Vinyl The Power Of Failing GALAXY Colored Vinyl
  13. this article says.... The Legacy Collection will come in three packages: Analog, Remix-Remaster and Limited. Fans can reserve the three-package set of The Legacy Collection with a personalized six-digit issue number for $100. When The Legacy Collection ships on Nov. 1, the Analog and Remix-Remaster versions will sell for $50 each, while the Limited will retail for $80. I skimmed through the video and he said shipping is included in this batch. Said the offer was good for at least 24 hours or until whatever quantity they allocated for preorder sells out. Also said the limited box is the analog versions, but on 180g, also comes with a poster. This is a great deal if it all pans out.