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Voyd reference

Discussion in 'audio' started by jackal2513, Nov 22, 2010.

  1. jackal2513

    jackal2513 pfm Member

    any good ?

    seen a secondhand one which might be interesting to build up to something tasty ?
  2. stevec67

    stevec67 pfm Member

    One was at the bake-off, it was very nice. I must admit it didn't especially groove my truffles, I liked the Lenco for its extreme cheapness, the WTA for its innovative engineering and my own 401 for its solid timing (and the fact that it's mine and I built it!) but if you like it, why not?

    YNWOAN 100% Analogue

    No, they are total shit - that's why everyone who owns one loves it!

    Next question: The grass on the other side, is it really as green as they say?

    Seriously though, I would only consider a one if the motors (all three of them), the electronics and the main bearing were OK.
  4. sq225917

    sq225917 Bit of this, bit of that

    I'm not sure they work with re-badged Denon 103's
  5. Jag Audio

    Jag Audio Trade: Jag Audio

    The Voyd reference is in my experience a superb turntable as long as it is all set up properly and fully functioning.

    I have a Voyd, not reference but the plus version that has a reference bearing/platter but normal split phase power supply (shoe box size). I am quite happy with my Voyd, different sounding to my PT Anniversary and the NA Mentor.
  6. jackal2513

    jackal2513 pfm Member

    no, id put a cheap MM on it... just run it as a second 45rpm deck and for quickly checking through vinyl job lots

    always liked the plinth on the Voyd, I reckon it could be fun and a nice addition to the living room
  7. sq225917

    sq225917 Bit of this, bit of that

    Good call, that's its true calling.
  8. stevec67

    stevec67 pfm Member

    Great idea, next up, I buy a Bugatti Veyron for the supermarket run and a 4x4 Hummer for popping down the paper shop. It could be fun and I like the way they look. In addition, I sometimes have to bump over the kerb to get to the paper shop parking spces, especially if someone else has parked carelessly.:confused:
  9. i_should_coco

    i_should_coco I am weasel

    I agree. It's shit. ;) Don't buy one Jackal.
  10. deserter

    deserter pfm Member

    Just stick with your resonant sand filled arm attached to a golf ball sitting in a bowl of gunk, with a heavy wobbly platter driven more or less firmly by a possibly or maybe not well knotted piece of fishing line, all sitting on some more sports accessories. forget looking at properly engineered decks, they dont work. Especially with non-cheapskate cartridges.

    You know it makes sense.
  11. zener

    zener fluff

    My Friend Les was involved at some point in its design , its rubbish , leave it some fool to buy.

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