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Re: TASLENCO: Zen inspired plinth this time

Postby triggerman128 » Thu Mar 20, 2014 12:33 am

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zen inspired plinth this time....a good reason for me to take another break ;) :)


Ganda naman! :)
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Re: TASLENCO: Zen inspired plinth this time

Postby TheAnalogSource » Thu Mar 20, 2014 9:01 am

thanks Sir Charlie, Darkest Error

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Only with superb skills and proper knowledge on the technology and tool usage will make this a possibility. Idol talaga sina sir noly and sir rene when it comes to customizing and DIYing analog stuffs. As a DIYer also, I consider my experiences still far behind these guys'. I always get challenged that everytime I see masterpieces similar to this, I always tell myself that I can do it also, someday. :clap: anyway, galing sir.


I have to thank the earlier patrons who gave their trust and support to us. We learn as we build. Im extremely proud that nowadays everything is done inhouse. Still takes us a lot of time and iterations during builds as it has to pass a certain quality standard. But, we always try our best to come up with a better build everytime. Thank you very much.
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Re: TASLENCO: Zen inspired plinth this time

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Re: TASLENCO: Zen inspired plinth this time

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Re: TASLENCO: Zen inspired plinth this time

Postby TheAnalogSource » Tue Mar 25, 2014 8:37 am

very lovely shots of your TASLenco Jen, Al :)

thank you very much for loving our babies :)

hope they give you eternal analog bliss :)
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Re: TASLENCO: Zen inspired plinth this time

Postby TheAnalogSource » Sat Jan 17, 2015 9:26 am

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the zen plinth got a lot of rave as well as the dark gloss brown finish i did with the garrard....will implement both on the these projects. im just glad the lenco line is back with these wips :)
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Re: TASLENCO: 2015 wips

Postby TheAnalogSource » Tue Feb 10, 2015 10:24 am

Coming soon
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Re: TASLENCO: Kiong Hi Huat Chai

Postby TheAnalogSource » Wed Feb 18, 2015 8:24 am

My lenco fingers got rusty after being idle for awhile. this project was promised for turnover couple of weeks after the new year.

Well...it's just Chinese New Year tomorrow hehe
KIONG HI HUAT CHAI

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Re: TASLENCO: Kiong Hi Huat Chai

Postby goldfinger » Wed Feb 18, 2015 9:07 pm

Very nice!
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Re: TASLENCO: Kiong Hi Huat Chai

Postby tenderobject » Sun Apr 12, 2015 1:14 am

Ang GANDA!!!

Bossing, baka may template ka ng Plinth para sa stock ng L75? :)

Salamat!

TheAnalogSource wrote:My lenco fingers got rusty after being idle for awhile. this project was promised for turnover couple of weeks after the new year.

Well...it's just Chinese New Year tomorrow hehe
KIONG HI HUAT CHAI

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Re: TASLENCO: Kiong Hi Huat Chai

Postby TheAnalogSource » Sat Apr 18, 2015 9:51 am

sa vinylengine Jeff me template. un amin kasi ukit ukit lang eh
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Re: TASLENCO: Kiong Hi Huat Chai

Postby tenderobject » Tue Apr 21, 2015 8:25 pm

Nakakuha na ako! Ganda nito..

Paano pala nakacoupled yung turntable sa plinth?

TheAnalogSource wrote:sa vinylengine Jeff me template. un amin kasi ukit ukit lang eh
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Re: TASLENCO: Kiong Hi Huat Chai

Postby TheAnalogSource » Wed Apr 22, 2015 7:34 am

Ibig sabihin lang nun iturnilyo mo maigi un plate sa plinth. Baka kelangan mo konti imodify un plinth. Lagyan mo tenga kun san mo balak iturnilyo para d masyado mahaba ang screw at d umalog pag dating ng araw
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Re: TASLENCO: Cant do a Just to make it Play project

Postby TheAnalogSource » Mon Jun 01, 2015 12:38 pm

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sometimes clients would drop by bringing a deck long forgotten and just to let it play again (basta umandar lang) .....

Here testing the just done "just make it play" project. We can't do just that though.
While making it play, might as well refinish the plinth, clean up the rusty plate, complete the arm, overhaul the motor and spindle bearing.

Got a call last night from the happy owner after the just make it play deck is actually a sing with all your heart table.

Have a good analog week ahead. Stay safe.
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Re: TASLENCO: Cant do a Just to make it Play project

Postby 99khan » Mon Jun 01, 2015 12:58 pm

Yan ang sinasabi ko...going the extra mile...beyond the call of duty. A little effort and some tweaking goes a long way. Congratulations Noly and to the owner of this nice TT.

TheAnalogSource wrote:Image

sometimes clients would drop by bringing a deck long forgotten and just to let it play again (basta umandar lang) .....

Here testing the just done "just make it play" project. We can't do just that though.
While making it play, might as well refinish the plinth, clean up the rusty plate, complete the arm, overhaul the motor and spindle bearing.

Got a call last night from the happy owner after the just make it play deck is actually a sing with all your heart table.

Have a good analog week ahead. Stay safe.
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Re: TASLENCO: upgraded

Postby TheAnalogSource » Mon Jul 27, 2015 6:34 pm

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This Lenco was built a few years back. Upgrade the stock arm to an old Jelco straight arm recently. Now playing
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Re: TASLENCO: some projects done lately

Postby TheAnalogSource » Mon Dec 21, 2015 6:22 am

Sorry to not update very often. Got busy with lots of things. Anyhow, im still building lencos from time to time and here are some of the completed projects lately.

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This got done somewhat 3rd quarter of this year. Im kinda proud of this because it is my sort of first international project. The owner is a Canadian and this will be shipped off next year to India for his next tour of duty.
There are some design inputs from the owner such as the off center location of the table and two tone finish. It was initially designed to accommodate two arms. But after it was built, I just realized that it can even hold 3 arms. :o
One thing I realized with this project after it was delivered.....that im such a lousy photographer. look how it looks in her new home.

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This project I have to speed up the build because after this came in, a few more got in. (well more of more than a few hehe) Im not complaining though because they would keep me busy till end of the year.
Anyhow, this project has some of the freshest parts ive put my hands on. Just look at the condition of the platter. As boytoy would say, nice and shiny. Unfortunately, the order got called off after it was done. Well more of fortunate as Ive kept it as my study till now.

So crunchtime it is as the holidays is fast approaching.....have to do a plate refinish in bulk.....
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This one gets ship off down the queen city of the south. Hope to get a few more orders from there. Food is superb and I need some r&r once in a while.
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Now i have to work even at home....found this new workbench.....workcouch pala...look ma, no more scratches....
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This is just a tune up....change speed, oiling, greasing, tonearm repair, rewiring, suspension reconfigure....haha dami pala
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ok ok aside from the latest one above picked up last week....these are still in the pipeline.... a garrard 301, 1 stock lenco, 1 supped up lenco...as well as that pioneer all in one...getting to be done.....yeah yeah before the holidays....
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Re: TASLENCO: some projects done lately

Postby Mamimili » Mon Dec 21, 2015 4:11 pm

Nice work Noly, i love the finish on the Canadian / Indian deck
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Re: TASLENCO: some projects done lately

Postby TheAnalogSource » Wed Dec 23, 2015 6:44 am

Thanks Paul. Merry Christmas.
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Re: TASLENCO: some projects done lately

Postby at_sunset_blvd » Thu Dec 24, 2015 4:27 pm

Merry Christmas Noly, hope you'll get more & much more orders the coming year :)
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