Tag Archives: Denon DL-103

Uwe and Midas bodies for Denon DL-103

Round Midas and snakewood Uwe bodies Uwe started building wood bodies for Denon DL-103 in the late 90’s. He believed that the plastic body of the DL-103 was a design flaw and his researches proved him right. With these bodies the Denon DL-103 evolves drastically as with this modification you do get much more informations […]

Uwe state of art headshells!

Ebony top left, panzerholz lower middle, snakewood top right I first heard of Uwe headshells by Thomas Schick. These headshells are what Thomas considers as the best combination with his tonearms. Like precious jewels : you will find Uwe‘s products in dedicated labeled boxes. Not only are they beautiful but they do protect perfectly the […]

A 9″ it’s Schick!

Serious packaging as usual for a safe shipping Most vintage turntables were built for hosting a 9″ tonearm. Of course some of the most famous broadcast turntables are equipped with 12″ tonearms adapted for 16″ record! Think of the superb EMT 927 for instance, but also the Bourdereau and  Lie Belin… Beautiful mat silver finition […]