I did a search on the P25. I like it quite abit, and since it's being phased out for the P5 & P7, it's discounted to 619.00GBP, not a bad price at all.
What tends to make a turntable dry and analytical? Is it mainly the cartridge? I really know ZERO about these things and am wondering what factors come into play with the different sounds they produce.
risabet said:My experience with acrylic platter TT's is that they rob the life from the music, keep in mind that I am a long time Linn devotee and I find most tables I've listened to not to beat the Linn head to head, clearly a personal preference on my part. The arm and cartridge will contribute to the general sound but the nature of the table contributes the majority to the sound IMO. I'll admit that i tend to like tables with metallic platters best such as the Linn, Thorens, and some Oracles. I also like some glass palttered Rega's. These are very much personal biases on my part, many opinions will differ.