If you have an AR turntable question, the answer is likely here.
The Analog Dept. was my inspiration for this AR dedicated site.
A resource for vintage Thorens turntable parts.
The new website for Merrill-Scillia Audio. Check out the MS21.
George’s new (late 2007) website dedicated to Analog.
Manufacturer of high quality aluminum record weights…and a great guy to boot.
This specific link takes you to the review of the Merrill-Scillia MS2, but also take the time to explore other parts of the web equivalent of Stereophile magazine.
Want to put a different arm on your AR turntable? This is the place to start if you are thinking of modifications. Two very informative articles.
Like me, Eric Whitacre is a lover of AR turntables and interested in the true advancement of their modifications. PS Check out his gorgeous armboards!
Good people, great prices. Need a stylus or a belt…give them your business.
Part 1 of 2. Youtube video on how vinyl records are made. Fascinating.
Part 2 of 2. Youtube video on how vinyl records are made.
Extensive parts and cleaning products for the do it yourselfer.
Great folks selling fine equipment, new and used. I order all my genuine Thorens belts from them.
Audiogon is a great source for new and vintage turntables, tonearms, preamps, and cartridges.
Another helpful audio discussion forum.
Not a day goes by without me checking their Clearance section. Every purchase big or small, they treat you first class.
A wealth of info on turntables, tonearms, and all things in vinyl playback.
A wealth of info and products on turntables, tonearms, and all things in vinyl playback. Their protractor is invaluable.
More info on AR products, with a great timeline.
Some knowledgable reviews of the venerable EB-101. Be sure to go to the second page of reviews.
Some more praise of the venerable EB-101.
An interesting thread regarding mods to a Mapleknoll tt with many references to AR mods and George Merrill.
Great article describing the impact of the AR XA turntable on the hi-fi world.
The archive in the Vinyl Asylum is a wonderful resource.
Their Turntable and Tapes forum is informative.