Gramophone Dreams #8 Contacts

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Acoustic Signature, AS Distribution GmbH, Ulmer Strasse 123, 73037 Göppingen, Germany. Tel: (49) (0)7161-3898135. Fax: (49) (0)7161-3898137. Web: US distributor: Fidelis Music Systems, 460 Amherst Street, Route 101A, Nashua, NH 03063. Tel: (603) 880-4434. Fax: (603) 880-4433. Web:

VPI Industries, 77 Cliffwood Avenue #5D, Cliffwood, NJ 07721. Web:

RTOM Corporation, 550 Industrial Road, Carlstadt, NJ 07072. Tel: (201) 507-8282. Fax: (201) 507-8890. Web:


fetuso's picture

Very entertaining reviews. I only started getting into vinyl again about 4 months ago and I'm enjoying it immensely. I'm already thinking about an upgrade of the music hall mmf 2.2 that I bought. You made that new VPI sound good enough to eat for dinner.

deckeda's picture

Thanks for the tip! I have the Onzow Zerodust which performs similarly, apparently. But I'll for sure be trying this less expensive stuff too.

Pity the Traveler. So much favorable ink was spilled on it but it never seemed quite sure of its place, with design revisions and price hikes, especially in light of the Scout Jr. I suppose lessons learned there begat Nomad.

georgehifi's picture

"Everyone in the room can hear the difference when I swap one phono cartridge for another. Same thing happens with loudspeakers etc etc"

Is it not more that because these two items in the audio chain are the least two flat measuring items there are? And one of which has very questionable channel separation as well.

Cheers George

torturegarden's picture

After reading this the other day I ordered a pack of Moongel which came in the post this morning. Wow! It really does work quite well, and it's inexpensive. I'll be recommending it to everyone I know that has a TT. Thanks.

avanti1960's picture

looks like a height gauge for setting the tonearm height.
i am interested, thanks.

volvic's picture

cartridge alignment protractor, used to get the right overhang for cartridge.