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Anybody with experience of Vertere products?
#1
Is there anybody here that have been in contact with Vertere products? I am looking at a second hand Roksan Xerxes 20 Plus with some Vertere products on it. There are a motorcontroller SG-1, arm that also is named SG-1 and some Vertere cables both for the motor, tonearm and from arm to RIAA.

SG-1 Motorcontroller with Pulse R cable

[Image: SG-1-record-player-specifications4.jpg]
SG-1 Tonearm with hand built internal cable.

[Image: SGTA15t.jpg]


Pulse B tonearm cable.

[Image: vertere-pulse-b-tonearm-cable-sq.png]
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Sopra 2, Devialet 440 Pro SOLD, Cabledyne Reference Silver RCA-XLR Digital Adapter Cable SOLD, Supra CAT7+, Cabledyne Premier Silver Speaker Cables, Clearaudio Concept MC SOLD, Ansuz Mainz 8D, Ansuz Mainz POM , Ansuz Darkz D, DIY mains supply with N1XV 3G10, Klangmodul, XY-filter and ELEC IEC connector


Tidal Hifi -> Roon Lifetime -> Signalyst HQ Player -> Devialet AIR3 -> Ethernet -> Devialet 440 Pro Waiting for new equipment.

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Devialet Dialog, Devialet Silver Phantom, Devialet Tree
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#2
Hi, i m only familiar with their speaker cables, they are very good. I forgot the one i tried but compared it to naim nac5 and bettered in details and high extensions. Lately i dmoed vertere x pulse speaker cables with sabrina and the sound was outstanding!


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#3
It may help to know, if you don't already, that Touraj Moghaddam, who runs Vertere, is the man who designed the Xerxes turntable among many Roksan products.
Kit: Oppo BDP-103EU (Vanity HD board mod), Sky+HD, Auralic Aries, 3x miniDSP OpenDRC-DI. Watch: Panasonic PT-AT6000E, Panasonic TX-L55ET61B. Listen: Devialet Phantom fronts and sides.
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#4
The tone arm looks like a unipivot type. They seem to be universally well reviewed and are quality products. All in all a very nice setup IMHO.
Project Eperience X Pack with Ortofon Rondo Red MC, Oppo BDP 105D, Sonos Connect, QNAP HS251+ NAS, Mutec MC-3+USB, Mac 5K running Roon, iPad Pro 12.9" for remote control. Devialet 440 Pro, Sonus faber Olympica ll, Rupert Neve Designs headphone amp.Denon AH-D5000, Sennheiser HD600 and HD800 with Cardas cable,  Van Den Hul The First Ultimate interconnects, GSP Audio Spatia speaker cable.
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(16-Nov-2016, 01:48)alandbush Wrote: It may help to know, if you don't already, that Touraj Moghaddam, who runs Vertere, is the man who designed the Xerxes turntable among many Roksan products.

Yes I know that.
Main system

Focal 
Sopra 2, Devialet 440 Pro SOLD, Cabledyne Reference Silver RCA-XLR Digital Adapter Cable SOLD, Supra CAT7+, Cabledyne Premier Silver Speaker Cables, Clearaudio Concept MC SOLD, Ansuz Mainz 8D, Ansuz Mainz POM , Ansuz Darkz D, DIY mains supply with N1XV 3G10, Klangmodul, XY-filter and ELEC IEC connector


Tidal Hifi -> Roon Lifetime -> Signalyst HQ Player -> Devialet AIR3 -> Ethernet -> Devialet 440 Pro Waiting for new equipment.

Second system

Devialet Dialog, Devialet Silver Phantom, Devialet Tree
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(16-Nov-2016, 03:58)Axel Wrote: The tone arm looks like a unipivot type. They seem to be universally well reviewed and are quality products. All in all a very nice setup IMHO.

They have got great reviews so I think it is a nice setup but as it is secondhand it is not possible for me to audition it with my 440 hence the question about the products. 

There are no pickup so I can choose one that matches the input best of the Devialets I decide to buy it.
Main system

Focal 
Sopra 2, Devialet 440 Pro SOLD, Cabledyne Reference Silver RCA-XLR Digital Adapter Cable SOLD, Supra CAT7+, Cabledyne Premier Silver Speaker Cables, Clearaudio Concept MC SOLD, Ansuz Mainz 8D, Ansuz Mainz POM , Ansuz Darkz D, DIY mains supply with N1XV 3G10, Klangmodul, XY-filter and ELEC IEC connector


Tidal Hifi -> Roon Lifetime -> Signalyst HQ Player -> Devialet AIR3 -> Ethernet -> Devialet 440 Pro Waiting for new equipment.

Second system

Devialet Dialog, Devialet Silver Phantom, Devialet Tree
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(16-Nov-2016, 06:55)octaviars Wrote:
(16-Nov-2016, 03:58)Axel Wrote: The tone arm looks like a unipivot type. They seem to be universally well reviewed and are quality products. All in all a very nice setup IMHO.

They have got great reviews so I think it is a nice setup but as it is secondhand it is not possible for me to audition it with my 440 hence the question about the products. 

There are no pickup so I can choose one that matches the input best of the Devialets I decide to buy it.

If you're looking for a cartridge, Hana do a couple of nice, high output moving coil cartridges that put out 2.0 mV and should give a hiss free output from the Devialet. The more expensive models have a Shibata stylus.
http://www.analogueseduction.net/hana-cartridges.html
Project Eperience X Pack with Ortofon Rondo Red MC, Oppo BDP 105D, Sonos Connect, QNAP HS251+ NAS, Mutec MC-3+USB, Mac 5K running Roon, iPad Pro 12.9" for remote control. Devialet 440 Pro, Sonus faber Olympica ll, Rupert Neve Designs headphone amp.Denon AH-D5000, Sennheiser HD600 and HD800 with Cardas cable,  Van Den Hul The First Ultimate interconnects, GSP Audio Spatia speaker cable.
South Coast England
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