Level the Platter!

I will always level the turntable platter before setting up the tone arm and aligning the phono cartridge.  A leveled platter ensures that the bearing sit perpendicularly in its housing. Therefore, it will minimize the bearing friction. Thus, the desired rotational speed can easily be achieved and at lesser energy spent. Better performance and quieter background…to say the least!

Audio Note M10 Signature and Aries Cerat Kassandra Limited Edition Digital to Analogue Converter

Audio components that kept you awake  Audio Note (UK) has offered to change the mono volume attenuater at my M10Signature tube pre amplifier to their latest 36 steps tantalum mono attenuater. The advantage of a more refined volume control are apparent especially with a high output source such as the Aries Cerat Kassandra LE DAC. I quickly have the returned …

TriangleArt Re Visit

The first installation of the TriangleArt Master Reference at my listening den late last year, met with some challenges.At that time, we found that there was speed instability. The turntable was not able to maintain the desired speed of 33.3rpm and 45rpm. We suspected that the cause maybe the bearing. Possibly damaged during transportation from a number of venues here in …

Analogue Fellowship Annual Dinner 2018

Analogue Fellowship celebrates the new year 2018 with its first Annual Dinner at The Haven Ipoh, Malaysia. We have received some sponsorships into our Lucky Draw, for attended members only, from Gryphon Audio, TriangleArt, Skogrand Cables, Frank Acoustics, Audio Note (UK), Rega, Oehlbach Cables, Sutherland, The Groove Shop, Ortofon, The Haven Ipoh, Choy Audio Racking System, and their respective Malaysia …