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I Only Have Eyes For You - The Flamingos
June 26, 2009
. ATTENTION !! NEW VERSION CLICK HERE FOR BETTER VERY DETAILED HIGH DEFINITION SOUND WITH AN SME 3,009 TONEARM. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Pr0mxsK3l_I . THIS NEW DIRECT UPLOAD IS WITH AN SME 3,009 MARK 11 TONEARM GIVES A MUCH RICHER OPEN AND DETAILED ANALOG SOUND .. HOPE YOU ENJOY IT. THE TURNTABLE IS A SONY TTS-3,000. I only have eyes for you - The Flamingos (1,959) BEST SOUND AT 480p. The song was written by Harry Warren in 1,934, lyrics by Al Dubin, for the movie Dames starring Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler, and later featured in the movie A Bronx Tale. FOR MORE INFO ON THIS SONG CLICK HERE http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/I_Only_Have_Eyes_for_You Played on a Bang & Olufsen Beogram turntable model RX 2. Playing through a Pioneer SX 1,080 Receiver bi-amped using Magneplanar Magnepan speakers with a powerd 12" sub-woofer. B&O is about as sleek and modern in appearance as you can get with their high end ultra modern styled stereo gear, and I found this in a thrift store of all places. These turntables were quite pricey when new, and command a high price used today. The stylus and cartridge are in excellent condition.. It is very elegantly styled with as few knobs etc., as possible to not detract from its sleek clean design. The tonearm does not even have a tonearm rest, it just sits suspended in air. It determines the speed and record size by the spindle. When starting to play you will notice the record rise about 1/4 of an inch off the turntable. If it was a 12" 33RPM record the weight would keep the spindle down and it would change speed to 33 and index for a 12" record. The speed and index sizing can be overridden for odd records like 7" 33 or 12" 45 RPM. The Bang & Olufsen MMC cartridge is a sterling example of Bang & Olufsen's pursuit and execution of superior design and engineering. This turntable has the MMC5. "MMC" stands for Moving Micro-Cross, a design principle that integrated all of the cartridge components - coils, magnet, cantilever, and stylus and which became the patented moving-iron principle upon which all B&O cartridges were based. The MMC moving-iron cartridge is designed to produce the finest groove separation and accurate reproduction of music. For everyday use I still prefer a standard turntable. I like to use a discwasher brush to clean the record on the turntable,and you cannot do that on this turntable due to the suspension being built in the turntable instead of in the deck as most standard turntables.