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Stamford Audio Sub chassis
2017-08-29, 10:12
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RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
(2017-08-29 07:19)Edmund Wrote:  [Image: CgAprQ6.jpg]


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Think you should use those images on the ebay advert.
It looks very well made and the ebay images do not show this.

Good luck with it.

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2017-08-29, 10:21
Post: #22
RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
Indeed, Thank you so much!

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2017-08-29, 15:17
Post: #23
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(2017-08-29 10:12)ryl1e Wrote:  Think you should use those images on the ebay advert.
It looks very well made and the ebay images do not show this.
Good luck with it.

+1

Edmund,
would you please post here large pictures of the Aro version too.
Thank you very much.

Matt

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2017-08-29, 15:24 (This post was last modified: 2017-08-29 15:53 by Glyn Ruck.)
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RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
The standard of finish on these units is excellent! Competition take note!

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2017-08-30, 02:52
Post: #25
RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
(2017-08-29 15:17)matthias Wrote:  
(2017-08-29 10:12)ryl1e Wrote:  Think you should use those images on the ebay advert.
It looks very well made and the ebay images do not show this.
Good luck with it.

+1

Edmund,
would you please post here large pictures of the Aro version too.
Thank you very much.

Matt

Matt,

Yes , Sir.

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2017-08-30, 16:00 (This post was last modified: 2017-08-30 17:53 by matthias.)
Post: #26
RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
Edmund,
thanks again for these very nice images.
I hope it sounds as good as it looks!
IMO, the area for the Aro arm collar is better than that of the Aro Keel, but I am missing the bolt for a chassis earth wire near the arm collar (as the Greenstreet has in the post above).
And what is the reason for the recessed holes for the bearing bolts?
Is it possible to listen to it somewhere in Europe?
Thanks

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2017-08-31, 01:36
Post: #27
RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
(2017-08-30 16:00)matthias Wrote:  Edmund,
thanks again for these very nice images.
I hope it sounds as good as it looks!
IMO, the area for the Aro arm collar is better than that of the Aro Keel, but I am missing the bolt for a chassis earth wire near the arm collar (as the Greenstreet has in the post above).
And what is the reason for the recessed holes for the bearing bolts?
Is it possible to listen to it somewhere in Europe?
Thanks

Matt

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Quote:And what is the reason for the recessed holes for the bearing bolts?

I think I should ask GS why they make the hole so tight with the bearing house, same as Keel? Big Grin

Matt, if that recessed hole bothers you, I suggest you buy Keel Aro version, it is available. Big Grin
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2017-08-31, 08:13 (This post was last modified: 2017-08-31 09:36 by matthias.)
Post: #28
RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
Edmund,
please, no offence!
There must be a reason for the recessed holes, they require more work to do for the CNC machines.
And for a sub chassis is a bolt to connect an earth wire a must-have.
A perfect place for this bolt would be at the crossing point of the six ribs on the tone arm board next to the tone arm mounting hole.
Please, think about it.
Thanks

All the best

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2017-08-31, 14:06
Post: #29
RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
(2017-08-31 08:13)matthias Wrote:  Edmund,
please, no offence!
There must be a reason for the recessed holes, they require more work to do for the CNC machines.
And for a sub chassis is a bolt to connect an earth wire a must-have.
A perfect place for this bolt would be at the crossing point of the six ribs on the tone arm board next to the tone arm mounting hole.
Please, think about it.
Thanks

All the best

Matt

Sorry, misunderstood, Matt.

In order to achieve my goal, less work is not the option for me.

Very obviously, I do not want all weight concentrated on that Bearing housing smaller area, so I disperse the weight in a larger area. Cool

About the earth wire, why it is essential? Sad
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2017-08-31, 17:28 (This post was last modified: 2017-08-31 21:08 by matthias.)
Post: #30
RE: Stamford Audio Sub chassis
(2017-08-31 14:06)Edmund Wrote:  About the earth wire, why it is essential? Sad

Edmund,
it is common wisdom that a LP12 sounds better when the main metallic parts are earthed. This includes the tonearm, the top plate, the sub chassis, the wiring strap and the Tramp2.
There are some nice images in Peters LP12 set-up guide showing various earthed sub chassis:

http://forums.linn.co.uk/bb/showthread.p...#pid110502

http://forums.linn.co.uk/bb/showthread.p...#pid194775

BTW, I like your sub chassis.
Maybe I buy one.
If you do not provide a bolt for an earth wire, I would do it myself here:
(2017-08-31 08:13)matthias Wrote:  A perfect place for this bolt would be at the crossing point of the six ribs on the tone arm board next to the tone arm mounting hole.

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