Hadcock GH 242 Integra, Audio-Technica AT33 PTG




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Dan's  System

System Configuration

Turntable (Direct Drive) Technics SP10 MK1
Tonearm Hadcock GH 242 Integra (SE)
Cartridge Audio-Technica AT33-PTG (Prestige)
Phono Stage OCM
CD Player PS Audio
Preamplifier Cary Audio SLP98
Power Amp DIY
Loudspeakers Joseph Audio
Music Genre Vocals, Jazz, Rock


At the moment, system is currently burning in, and no definite assessment on the sound except for the obvious improvement in detail retrieval and tighter bass compared to his other turntable (Sota + SME V + Denon 103-R).  The Technics SP10 is a respected direct-drive table from the old days, particularly the MKII version.


Recommended upgrade which we both agree on is the phono stage, which has a fixed loading of 47KOhms, a far cry from the recommended 100 Ohms load of the AT33-PTG cartridge.

The turntable - nice restoration of this 70's turntable, with new colors carefully used to

highlight it's retro look, an item from the past



The Hadcock 242 Integra (SE) tonearm




The cartridge



The phono stage and preamplifier

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