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Supreme Analog Tangenta with AnalogMagik Reference Tonearm Wire
A customer sent in his Supreme Analog Tangenta Tonearm to be rewired with a direct run of the AnalogMagik Reference Silver Tonearm cable, eliminating the DIN connection.
Feedback from our customer:
"Thanks to Richard Mak, who performed microsurgery on my Supreme Analog Tangenta Reference tonearm.
The tonearm is now fitted with the AnalogMagik pure silver Tonearm cable, with zero connections in between direct from headshell clips to RCA output. The cable has a silver braided shield with silver ground wire, tested with the lowest noise level attainable, even for a 2.5-meter run.
The transformation is nothing short of revelatory, with unrestricted dynamics and finesse, much improvement over the original wiring.
This is a very lively and dynamic tonearm. You can hear and feel both bass and drums when they kick in. The holographic soundstage has a precise layering and separation of instruments that are perfectly laid out in space.
I can't stop pulling out my favorite LP's from my collection for the listening sessions. A perfectly enjoyable hobby during a pandemic lockdown. Some of my favorite tracks used to demo the sound signature of the AnalogMagik/Supreme Analog combo are:
Hilary Hahn - Retrospective - Max Richter, Mercy (Deutsche Gramaphone Direct-to-Disc)
Tchaikovsky 1812 Overture - Cincinnati Symphony Orchestra (Telarc)
Prokofiev: Romeo & Juliet - Lorin Maazel Cleveland Orchestra (Decca)
Bill Berry For Duke - Take the "A" Train (M&K Direct-to-Disc)
Eiji Kitamura - Swing Session - Avalon (RCA Japan Direct-to-Disc)
Stevie Ray Vaughan - Texas Flood - Tin Pan Alley (First vinyl release)
Hugh Masekela - Hope - Stimela (The Coal Train) (Analogue Productions 45RPM)
Louis Armstrong - Satchmo Plays King Oliver - St. James Infirmary (Audio Fidelity)
Ray Brown & Laurindo Almeida - Moonlight Sonata/Round About Midnight (Jeton Direct-to-Disc)
Glenn Horiuchi - Issei Spirit - Getting Together (Asian Improv Records)
Dream of An Opera - Henan Opera, Mulan (Rhymoi Music)
I highly recommended this tonearm wiring!
- Louis, Toronto, Canada
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