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François Yves Le Gal
Quelques perles indispensables dans les recommandations de la revue
tazunienne Stereophile :

Acoustic Revive RL-30 Mk.3 record demagnetizer: $2350
The RL-30 Mk.3 removed the high-frequency glaze from harsh-sounding LPs to
make a believer out of Mikey. "I'm sorry to report that demagnetizing LPs
works-consistently and decidedly," he said. Its conservative looks and
useful dustcover give it an edge over Furutech's De Mag, in MF's opinion.
(Vol.29 No.10)

C'est vrai, le truc Furutech coûte moins cher, donc marche moins bien. Au
fait, c'est quoi un démagnétiseur de disques vinyle ?

Furutech deMag record demagnetizer: $1980
"Who knew?!?" Like the Acoustic Revive RL-30 Mk.3, the deMag removed glare
and enriched the midband of edgy-sounding LPs. Users should make sure the
Furutech's uncovered surface is clean before putting freshly scrubbed vinyl
on it, warned MF. (Vol.29 No.10)

S'il vous reste quelques piastres, n'oubliez pas :

Shun Mook record clamp: $2800
The best record weight J-10 has used on his Forsell turntable, "bar none."
Michael Fremer agrees "I'm sorry to say that everything positive I've ever
read about it is absolutely true." Ridiculously expensive, however. "This
thing's lame," snorts BD. MF admits the opposite: "It produced a richness,
clarity, three-dimensionality, natural liveliness, and harmonic rightness
that must be heard to be appreciated." (Vol.17 No.2, Vol.28 No.10)

Et pi faut un transfo d'isolement, genre :

Acrolink 6N-NCT 30A Isolation Transformer: $27,500
The expensive dual-transformer 6N-NCT effectively isolates components from
the outside world and can also isolate one component from another, allowing
users to plug in both analog and digital devices. Adding the 6N-NCT to his
suburban system, MF heard a "somewhat deeper, richer, and more solid" sound.
A more profound difference might be heard in an urban apartment complex.
(Vol.29 No.6)

Et le tout dans un meuble style :

Harmonic Resolution Systems SXR component rack: $10,575, as reviewed
The SXR frame system comprises solid, heavy aluminum struts and rigid
shelves of cross-braced aluminum. Each joint is damped with a thick donut of
polymer. Circular holes in each of the cross-brace's four corners accept the
base's feet, which support its weight with an elastomer suspension that
isolates in both the vertical and horizontal planes; each foot of a
component whose weight is unevenly distributed can have a base with an
elastomer of different compliance. "Adding the HRS SXR improved my system's
focus and low-level resolution, and lowered its level of background noise,"
said MF. (Vol.32 No.2)

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"François Yves Le Gal"
Quelques perles indispensables dans les recommandations de la revue
tazunienne Stereophile :

Acoustic Revive RL-30 Mk.3 record demagnetizer: $2350
The RL-30 Mk.3 removed the high-frequency glaze from harsh-sounding LPs to
make a believer out of Mikey. "I'm sorry to report that demagnetizing LPs
works-consistently and decidedly," he said. Its conservative looks and
useful dustcover give it an edge over Furutech's De Mag, in MF's opinion.
(Vol.29 No.10)

C'est vrai, le truc Furutech coûte moins cher, donc marche moins bien. Au
fait, c'est quoi un démagnétiseur de disques vinyle ?

Furutech deMag record demagnetizer: $1980
"Who knew?!?" Like the Acoustic Revive RL-30 Mk.3, the deMag removed glare
and enriched the midband of edgy-sounding LPs. Users should make sure the
Furutech's uncovered surface is clean before putting freshly scrubbed
vinyl
on it, warned MF. (Vol.29 No.10)

S'il vous reste quelques piastres, n'oubliez pas :

Shun Mook record clamp: $2800
The best record weight J-10 has used on his Forsell turntable, "bar none."
Michael Fremer agrees "I'm sorry to say that everything positive I've ever
read about it is absolutely true." Ridiculously expensive, however. "This
thing's lame," snorts BD. MF admits the opposite: "It produced a richness,
clarity, three-dimensionality, natural liveliness, and harmonic rightness
that must be heard to be appreciated." (Vol.17 No.2, Vol.28 No.10)

Et pi faut un transfo d'isolement, genre :

Acrolink 6N-NCT 30A Isolation Transformer: $27,500
The expensive dual-transformer 6N-NCT effectively isolates components from
the outside world and can also isolate one component from another,
allowing
users to plug in both analog and digital devices. Adding the 6N-NCT to his
suburban system, MF heard a "somewhat deeper, richer, and more solid"
sound.
A more profound difference might be heard in an urban apartment complex.
(Vol.29 No.6)

Et le tout dans un meuble style :

Harmonic Resolution Systems SXR component rack: $10,575, as reviewed
The SXR frame system comprises solid, heavy aluminum struts and rigid
shelves of cross-braced aluminum. Each joint is damped with a thick donut
of
polymer. Circular holes in each of the cross-brace's four corners accept
the
base's feet, which support its weight with an elastomer suspension that
isolates in both the vertical and horizontal planes; each foot of a
component whose weight is unevenly distributed can have a base with an
elastomer of different compliance. "Adding the HRS SXR improved my
system's
focus and low-level resolution, and lowered its level of background
noise,"
said MF. (Vol.32 No.2)

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