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  1. Available here: http://noyesrecords.limitedrun.com/products/534685-north-of-america-elements-of-an-incomplete-map-2014-reissue via Exclaim:
  2. Selling my Beatles Red and Blue albums as a set on ebay. Essential to any collection. Excellent condition. check it out...you know you want to!!! http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=301293132314
  3. Selling my turntable: Pro-ject Essential Table Grado Prestige Green Cart Brand New Tone Arm Rewiring Includes dust cover, power supply, built-in pre amp, and original box with documents. Only selling this because I am upgrading my table. This table is only about 2 years old and is in excellent condition. Makes a great beginner hi-fi table, especially if you are just getting into starting your collection and you want to update that shit Crosley. Invested about $180 into the $300 table. Has about 200 hours of burn in time on the needle. I'm obviously not trying to get what I paid, but more about half. So if you want this set up for about $250, give me a shout. More pictures available if needed. Price is negotiable. Direct link to photos: Thanks! Direct links to photos: http://imgur.com/smzsdQc http://imgur.com/iQoHaeV http://imgur.com/iQBiaTh
  4. I'm looking at getting into vinyl with Christmas money, but being a pastor's son, money is tight. On that note, I would like to know what the bare minimum would be to play a vinyl record without scratching it. I can get better equipment later; for now, I'd rather save some money to actually buy records. You know, start a collection first, then get a decent setup. Any advice/recommendations would be greatly appreciated.
  5. I recently stumbled upon Michael Fremer's review of the Pro-ject Essential in Analog Planet. The critique of said turntable is informative, but what I found most interesting is the comparison between it and the Carbon. Basically Fremer contends that the Essential is a decent entry-level turntable, but for $100 more, you get way more bang for your buck with the Carbon. I quote ... "Here's the thing: Pro-Ject was obviously trying to give folks a serious, well-made turntable for as little as possible and in that they have succeeded. However, the Carbon for $100 more is way better than $100 better. Listening to the Carbon without being able to see it, you'd neverknow it was a $399 turntable. But listening to the Essential without seeing it, you'd know it was inexpensive (not "cheap")." I've never heard either of these tables so I have no real opinion. Still, since both come up in the entry-level turntable discussion quite a bit on VC, I figured that some of you might find the review enlightening.
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