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So far, the sound quality is exquisite and the Tiki very easy to use. This is a review from way back, issue 10 to be exact. But, as we are just getting our hands on the current RP8, it might be interesting for some of you to revisit our thoughts on the P9 and the excellent Apheta phono cartridge.
This is definitely a serious turntable, folks. Rega has been steadily moving upmarket with their P5 and P7 models, which are great turntables in their own right, but the P9 is the flagship and having spent time with both of them I feel that the P9 is really in a class all its own. I enjoy Regas understated elegance. At first glance the P9 looks like a P25 with a larger wood base, but that would be missing the boat.
The plastic part in the P3 and P25 is gone. Cast your glance aside to the RB tonearm. Definitely a work of art. And the idea that Rega has a moving coil cartridge, is also pretty exciting.
Designed from the ground up, they have eliminated the tie wire and foam damper found in conventional moving coil designs. The result is indeed, very clean sounding with a tremendous amount of detail on tap. As much as I like the sound, I love the clear body, allowing you a peek inside, a nice touch! Thanks to a power supply that is the same size as a Rega integrated amplifier, you no longer have to pop that platter and move the belt on the pulley to get 45rpm playback.
Just plug in the umbilical cord, turn it on and choose the speed you want. My guess is if you did, it was probably a P2 or P3. Aside from the Linn LP, the Rega P3 is probably one of the best selling turntables in history; certainly if we are talking about belt drive tables. Like anything that has been around for a long time, there are a number of misconceptions, urban myths and other bits of misinformation floating around.
Here are the Rega myths exposed and explained once and for all:. Way back in the beginning of the companies tenure, some of their tables did play a smidge fast but that has not been an issue for many years now. The engineering staff at Rega has painstakingly worked to rid themselves of this problem and they are so particular, they actually measure speed with a record playing to take the drag from tracking a groove into account.
Even with the P1, this issue is LONG a thing of the past and our review sample has perfect speed accuracy. A new belt solved the slight speed issue with my own P25, so check this first if you are having an issue on an older table. Most turntable manufacturers suggest changing the belt yearly or at least every other year. This one is a matter of personal taste. One mans fast is another mans thin.
However even on a full range system, Rega tables have always come across as well balanced and bass has never been an issue. Perhaps those complaining of thin bass response did not have the VTA set correct — this can be an issue with other manufacturers cartridges, but easy to remedy. Again, not true. Just shut up and use the felt mat. It works just fine, especially when you are spinning a lot of records in a listening session.
You can just leave the platter spin and change records, fantastic! Initial setup. The P9 arrived with the new Apheta moving coil cartridge installed, but it can be set up in a jiffy yourself, should the need arise, thanks to Regas three point mounting system. Attach the wires, insert the screws and you are good to go!
No adjustments to make, just tracking force 1. Five minutes and you will be playing records! Loading is the secret to making the Apeheta sing. If you only have a ohm setting on your phono stage, there is a high probability that you will find the Apheta bright.
Anything higher than that and you will definitely find it bright and possibly way too bright. Setting the Modwright 9. Down here, the cartridge can still breathe and the top end is smoothed out very nicely.
Often times, first impressions really do stick with you and getting the P9 out of the box was quite a surprise.
The P9 has a very authoritative presentation, especially in the lower registers. The next cut, Ghandi has a lot of air and some very tasty drum fills over the top of some very strong bass parts too. Some cartridges I have heard in this price range get mushy when the music gets texturally complex, but not the Apheta.
This is when you know that you are listening to first class analog, the sense of air and texture is there along with plenty of detail, yet lacking in grain. The more I listened, the more I was impressed with the Apheta cartridge and marveled at how it had a speed, extension and clarity that I would normally associate with CD, yet with the smoothness I would expect from analog.
And their top of the line digital player has an amazing amount of the positive attributes of good analog. Very interesting indeed, but you will have to wait until our next issue to read about the Saturn!
The P9 ticks all the boxes at its price point; smooth, even frequency response, plenty of LF weight and definition, and enough PRAT to satisfy that crowd as well. Getting comfy with the Apheta only requires a short break in period — a few days will do the trick. Moving it out to the main reference system with the ASR Basis phono stage again, loaded at 50 ohms it was easy to compare to the SME The Apheta is a fantastic match for the ultra low noise floor of the ASR, providing CD quiet backgrounds on pristine vinyl surfaces.
Moving through the gamut, listening began in earnest with the recent Willie Nelson album, Songbird, which was produced by Ryan Adams. This is a great album, with a lot of depth and spatial cues. Load this baby wrong and you will curse it forever. Get it right and it is a very nice dose of analog bliss. The Apheta works well with dense musical passages, regardless of whether it was ten layers of overdubbed guitars or the violin section in an orchestra, meaning the heavy metal fan and the orchestra lovers will be able to find peace here.
Just to be thorough, I did spend some time mounting other cartridges to the P9 to see how well it would perform. Again, it passed with flying colors. My Sumiko Celebration has a 14mm stylus to top measurement, so it did not require any spacer, just a quick HTA adjustment and a rebalance of the tonearm. A bit more on the lush side than the Apheta, this might be a good combination for those needing a bit less detail than the Apheta offers. Once you get to this price range in turntables, there is quite a bit to choose from and every table has its own characteristic sound.
If I could change one thing on the P9, I would love to see it offered with a set of balanced connectors so those of us running a fully balanced phono stage could take advantage of the additional noise reduction this configuration offers. The Rega P9 excels by offering a mega analog experience with none of the hassle that you might expect from a high performance turntable.
This is as close as you can get to close and play ease of use with this level of musicality and detail. Yes there are tables at this price point that might reveal a little more of this or that, but if there is another table for this kind of money that offers up this much music, yet requires NO setup expertise, Ill eat that felt mat.
The resolving nature of these speakers continues to impress everyone that hears them and their chameleon — like character should charm solid state and valve amplifiers lovers equally. They provide equally stunning performances with either. Perhaps the highest compliment I can pay these speakers after extended listening is that they will improve in sound quality as you keep upgrading your equipment and are not out of place in a mega system, making them perfect for the audiophile not having a large room, not wanting to give up sound quality.
And spinning vinyl, fantastic! The Aesthetix Rhea phono stage and Burmester preamplifier fed the Jubilee monoblocks for a breathtaking analog experience.
The 10cc classic, Deceptive Bends instantly reveals the cinemascope like soundstage painted by the Unlimiteds. The engaging studio trickery, full of layer upon layer of texture, overdubbed vocals and a wall of guitars comes alive through these speakers, feeling highly psychedelic, indeed.
No matter how dense the mix, the Unlimiteds are masters of keeping the pace rock solid — something my favorite electrostats struggle with when there is a heavy bass line present.
Resolving reality. The Unlimiteds high resolution makes listening sessions fun, re-discovering favorite recordings mining low level details that may have been lost or diminished via other speakers.
As much fun as the Unlimiteds can be rocking out, they provide an extremely convincing look at acoustic music as well.
The wide, spacious sound of these speakers gives real instruments more room to breathe. The lightening fast attack of the DDD driver does not blur drums and percussion in the least and cymbals fade out with an ease that fools you into thinking you are hearing the real thing.
This clarity extends to the vocal range, male and female. Again, the extreme clarity these speakers provide give vocals a sense of immediacy that is tough to beat. Thanks to that low hz crossover, the DDD driver handles it all, not breaking up the coherency with a crossover network. Visiting some of my favorite hip hop and electronic tracks, I had to push the Unlimiteds really hard to find their limits with the watt per channel Burmester power amplifier that we recently reviewed.
Anyone who is less than punishing will find they play incredibly loud without strain. Again, this is way beyond the point of reason. Investigating a few classic dynamic tracks from Pink Floyd, Yello and Genesis are all handled with equal ease, making these incredibly well rounded speakers. As well as the German Physiks Unlimited speakers perform on a wide variety of music, one of their best attributes is how user friendly they are, as I mentioned in part one of this review.
This is a speaker system that requires precious little fuss to setup, so you go instantly to enjoying your music when you bring a pair home. The final part of this review will cover using the speakers with a wider range of electronics, and a couple of different environments, probing the rest of their limits. Visit the German Physiks website here:. Now on its tenth album, the Duluth, Minn.
Yet Low makes such helplessness sound glorious. Zu outsource the cutting to a triumvirate of woodshops. CNC cutting tables ensure precision. I get a sense that error-tolerance amongst team Zu is super low.
The factory itself has a feeling of long hours spent in the pursuit of high standards — everyone seems dedicated to a team outcome. And for good reason, most of the products look at home in a recording studio at best, or a garage sale at worst: not at home in even a modestly design conscious environment.
Their products are beautiful and easy to install, and not prohibitively expensive. We start the process next week. For those of you outside the USA, please go to www. About three times what the reliable Shure balance gauge will set you back, but much more precise.
And a digital scale to keep things precise makes it that much easier. Setup is quick, a pair of AAA batteries keep this gizmo going, and once the scale settles down to all zeros, calibration is checked with a supplied reference weight. Everything is tucked neatly in a foam lined box, making it easy to keep tidy. Comparing the AA gauge to my reference Clearaudio Weight Watcher, the new contender proves spot on, with the ten turntables at my command.
The only question left to answer is long term stability, which we will answer somewhere down the road, as this handy gauge will be used on a daily here. For now, this looks like the one to beat, and you can purchase one from Music Direct here. Any suggestion that Nine Inch Nails mastermind Trent Reznor has completely mellowed with age should be immediately put to rest. As such, his outbursts tend to take place outside the recording studio these days, and songs project something closer to existential dread rather than all-consuming rage.
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Skip to content. Analogaholic Old School Portfolio. Pretty awesome, eh? So stay tuned. Small shops used to be meeting places for shoppers who chatted to each other while they waited to be served. They were the hub of communities. You do not even need to speak in a supermarket. In fact sometimes you do not need to have any human contact at all because you can swipe your goods and pay by machine.
Every week it is the same. At the end of the whole miserable process you stand in a queue, unload and pack the goods yourself, pay the cashier, hump the stuff miles to the car park and drive home physically and mentally drained. Do we really need to choose from twenty different makes of marmalade or be offered carrots from Holland and beans from Venezuela? Supermarkets encourage people to take their cars, do a weekly shop and drag all their bags back home in one big weekly chore.
By doing this they miss out on walking to the shops regularly and getting exercise times per week say. The cars that get used clog our roads and the spaces they park in are taken out of local use. Recreation grounds, school playing fields and leisure centres are all alternatives that could have used those large spaces round the country devoted to car parks.
Factor in the pollution of both the cars and the huge lorries that supply these supermarkets and you get a sense of the environmental damage entailed by living with a large supermarket.
Grocery shopping. But no trip to the supermarket is complete without a fair amount of annoyance, irritation, and perhaps even outright rage. From the sight of children running amok, of irritation when you get caught in a slow check-out lane. The weight of choice is very oppressive — six kinds of strawberry jam, 20 blends and strengths of coffee, 15 types of cheddar. The sense of being manipulated is overwhelming — the fact that they had put the staples, such as bread or milk, in the deepest part of the shop, is just one of the many tricks designers use to break your will and draw you into the "supermarket experience".
People are at their most trying when in Supermarkets. There is always some horrible child screaming atop of their lungs as the parent either ignores them or yells louder back at the child. The phrase 'unexpected item in the baggage area' is guaranteed to bring me out in a fit of blood-boiling rage.
Will anything stop the rise of the machines?. They never work, do they? I normally get about four or five items in before hitting the 'call assistant' button. The weighing of ingredients is the worst — scrolling though pages of options, trying to find the picture of a light bulb. It makes me feel like a toddler operating an educational toy.
I use these machines for small amounts of shopping. What annoys me most about them is the way that they make you jump through their hoops - the back and forth with the bag and the 'unexpected item'. I needed a staff member to swipe their card to allow me to use my own bag last time.
Lastly, I'll add they're too talkative for me. Sometimes I just wish they'd shut-up and let me get on with it - 'unexpected item in the bagging area', 'do you have a loyalty card', 'please take your shopping', etc.
You can turn it off - but it never seems worth it for 5 items or less. To put it into perspective, I had to queue for 20 minutes behind five FIVE other heaving trolleys before I could process my goods despite the fact that there were loads of un-manned check-out lanes. You leave the store and see that some idiot left a surprise right behind your car, an empty shopping trolley, or even worse you find that some complete moron has smacked your car door with theirs.
But that would have only given me a temporary release. AND after much bag breaking and spilling your groceries all over the ground, you finally struggle to carry all the heavy grocery bags to and through the door of your home. You promise yourself the next shopping trip will be much more pleasant than the last but secretly suspect that manners and courtesy are in such short supply nowadays that every trip to the grocery store will be an ordeal.
If someone invented a supermarket that was a small b good quality c good value and d entirely free of spurious "special offers", I would cross town to get to it.
As it is, I am going to start shopping online. It's not going to save the high street, but it might just preserve my sanity and my wallet. Two, in fact, for the price of one. Who Shops There? Every item is carefully scrutinised for nutritional content, calories and organic credentials before being purchased.
The Bad: Expensive. Masterchef wannabes; young, hip professionals; stay-at-home mums; and bachelors buying microwave meals just five minutes before closing time.
The Good: Wide variety of food, often sourced locally. The Fair Trade crowd are catered for, but nor are those who fancy a supper of Ritz Crackers and Dairylea made to feel unwelcome either. The Bad: The Nectar Card. Check-out staff trained in the art of tedious small-talk and who guard their free plastic bags like the crown jewels. Hands-down the worst self-service tills on the High Street. They also like to keep customers on their toes by all-too-often relocating the food. Budget-conscious old folk in comfy slacks and sandals, bravely jostling for space alongside young mums with six unruly children in tow wearing more hair scrunchies and leisure suits than you can shake a stick at.
The Good: Cheap, unchallenging and an adventure playground for anyone who wants to lose themselves in a world of E numbers rather than live a virtuous life on organic, eco, Fair Trade. But best of all is Asda FM — their in-store radio station— where you can bop to Abba and Brotherhood Of Man while filling your trolley with delicious junk food and not feel a twinge of shame. Trolley rage is rife, as the younger clientele treat the aisles like an indoor karting track. Out in the car park, competition for the spaces nearest the doors is fiercer than an EasyJet boarding queue.
Mostly based in the North of England, this chain is particularly frequented by working families, young people who actually believe Denise Van Outen and Richard Hammond do shop there, and grannies with an armful of 20p-off vouchers.
They think Heston Blumenthal is bonkers and that anything char-grilled or sun-dried is poncey Southern nonsense. The Bad: All a bit basic and no-frills. The food is stacked high and the staff are pretty thin on the ground. The store layouts seem to defy all logic. The Good: Lidl and Aldi shoppers rave about the meat and fish selections. Prices are as low as you can get, and nobody tries to flog you bags for life or hassles you about collecting school vouchers at the check-out.
The Bad: Chaotic, dusty and there is something disconcerting about not having heard of any of the brand names. Solevita orange juice anybody? People who love good food but are too bloody lazy to make it themselves. The Good: Amazing quality, impressive gourmet selection and unlike food from other supermarkets the cooked article even bears a passing resemblance to the picture on the packet.
The Bad: The food is expensive. Thanks to Marks, a whole nation will grow up not knowing how to peel a sprout or cut up a melon. Last week your Theme was "Once upon a time We had 3 new girls join us in this theme, Ariel, Rachel and Marie-Andre! Sadly Crystal resigned, but we are still having a double elimination as Marie-Andre took Crystal's place.
What can I say? This is very dissapointing! Its not what I was expecting at all! I thought you'd do a underwater shoot. If you did, I think it might be better. If you want me to I'll put up a photo of what I was ecxpecting. Wow Kara! I love this! The look in your eyes show that your worried! Its very efective! Your dress is perfectly mached to Cinderella herself! I love this photo!
What a pretty photo! Its amazing and so beautiful! You look a lot like Bell in this photo! I'm verry proud of you Bella! Where's the yellow brick road? Where's Toto, your red shoes and a cheackard dress? Eh, this photo is alright, I was expecting some candy or somthing, or breadcrums? How do I tell she's greatal? I hope you try harder next week. I'm speachless! When I saw this I was so impressed! You came in the middle of a theme and you amazed me straight away!
Rachel: www. Alice: www. Bella: www. Kendra: www. Summer: www. Abbie's Replacement: www. Air Force Photo by J. Rachel Spencer. This is heading right back to Day 1 again, and was taken at about 10 in the morning, the water was totally still and the reflections of the sky were just too good not to shoot. There should hopefully be a break from Lakes shots now, as tomorrow I am off on a days shooting with Charlie Waite and Anthony Spencer - I can't wait, so possibly some shots will appear from that, if I manage to take any successfully!
Our theeme this week is Once upon a time! Abbie: www. Spencer: www. Kara: www. Alexia: www. Crystal: www. Donna: www. Ariel: www. A brief gap from the Lakes shots, there are only a couple more to come, so take a breather ; and we will come back to those tomorrow. I was just too excited to wait with this image, which I confess is not the greatest shot in the book, and is more of a record shot, conditions on the day whilst beautiful for a lesson were not great to make an impacting photograph, but I just had such a fabulous day and I am so excited about it, I couldn't wait to post.
I booked a days workshop with Charlie Waite and Antony Spencer lpoty 10 winner at Stourhead gardens, this took some saving for as it was a bit pricey but as I drove home I considered I would have been happy to spend twice as much for the experience.
The day started with a classroom lesson on photography and then the group walked over to the lake to take "the shot" from this location, Charlie and Antony spent a lot of time going round to everyone to help them out, chat and establish their needs from the day.
Charlie came and helped me with my focusing issues and I think.. I hope This was backed up later by Antony who confirmed to me about lens defraction and it being more than acceptable to shoot at larger apertures, not the absolute smallest as this degrades the image.
It certainly looks sharper to me, even if the small verson I have uploaded here will not demonstrate this. Charlie then talked me through my composition of this shot, which was a bit off, and pointed out parts I should concentrate on to make the composition work and where I should crop the image etc. This is the rejigged version after help, the subtle difference to where he shifted my camera has made such a huge difference!
All in all it was a fabulous day, I was so excited on my 5 hr journey home and had to have a 4am chat with Stumpy to get rid of my excitement so I could go to sleep. If you ever get the chance to book a trip with Light and Land or are hesitating about whether it is worth it The day was a real tonic, I was bursting with enthusiasm, confidence and a day shooting with them with the jokes, banter and personal touch was like taking a dose of prozac!! For the 5 kilometre race results and photos Click here and enter the bib numbers for the full individual race results.
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Today's kitchens are the hub of family life and serve as a meeting room, dining room, study and social room as well as the centre of food preparation. Most families spend more relaxation time in the kitchen 2 hours than we do in the lounge 1. The advent of the typical British three-bed-semi in the s saw the kitchen increase in size to an average of 78 sq ft, allowing for more room in the, then, bigger sized family home.
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Magnet spokesman Marco Rossi said: 'As kitchens have developed over the years from a small cooking room into a major family social area they have hugely increased in size too. It is very much now the hub of modern family life, with its own TV and stereo system. They are truly multi-functional rooms in the 21st century.
The following blog was written by Rachel Jensen, a writer for Desser, the rattan furniture specialists. You may not realise it but your kitchen is the product of decades of innovation. Over the last 60 years, kitchens have changed in ways we would have never imagined. The modern kitchen is now more of a social area for families and friends to gather. Get Away From Me.
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