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Stephen Scharf
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Stalking Leopard Resonance Killer

I thought I'd show you you guys my latest tweak for the Rega: The Stalking Leopard.

The leopard stalks and hunts destructive resonances and kills them dead.

The result is markedly improved imaging, instrumental timbre rendition, tighter bass, and better soundstaging.

You can toss your smoky quartz stones, myrtle blocks, green dots, and brilliant pebbles....Resonances never knew what hit 'em when The Stalking Leopard is around.

The Stalking Leopard is available as your turntable's own resonance predator for only $1500.00.

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The Stalking Leopard is available as your turntable's own resonance predator for only $1500.00.


No thanks, my VPI doesn't require any add on doohickies. I wonder though what you use to prevent the Rega's motor inducing hum, in what I take to be, that Grado cartridge?

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Re: Stalking Leopard Resonance Killer

It's a joke, JS...just a little holiday humor.

The Grado hums just a little bit at the very end of a record, but never so much that I can hear it when music is playing. And the cryo'd Reference Sonata is sooo gooood that it's worth it.

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No thanks, my VPI doesn't require any add on doohickies.

Gosh, I thought VPI were the kings of aftermarket add on doohickies!

JSB, do NOT go look at the VPI website.

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