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Old 10th September 2003, 09:59 AM   #11
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Yes in a wicca Cantebury word desports...not the French translation. The world loves clowns. The investment was a dollar at a lawn sale. Yes a pencil would be cheaper.

Originally I contemplated buying a Music Hall MM 7 until I came across this TT. Just between us girls, I have since did a comparison with a Technics 1200 and personally did hear any objective difference. Yes I suspect you will be quick to point out that the Technics is also a DJ turnatable.

In a remote chance maybe someday I will come across a SP 10.

Anyways thanks again for the comments from the peanut gallery.

I have just recently graduated and someday I may have a system that you would consider worthy in this forum. I prefer not to sell my soul to the bank to get there.

In the meantime keep up the tweaks for we impoverished peasants to improve on what we have.
Hey AA,

Don't let these TT snobs get the best of you. I've used a SL 1700 for years an it does a great job.
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Old 10th September 2003, 10:47 PM   #12
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Yes in a wicca Cantebury word desports...not the French translation. The world loves clowns. The investment was a dollar at a lawn sale. Yes a pencil would be cheaper.

Originally I contemplated buying a Music Hall MM 7 until I came across this TT. Just between us girls, I have since did a comparison with a Technics 1200 and personally did hear any objective difference. Yes I suspect you will be quick to point out that the Technics is also a DJ turnatable.

In a remote chance maybe someday I will come across a SP 10.

Anyways thanks again for the comments from the peanut gallery.

I have just recently graduated and someday I may have a system that you would consider worthy in this forum. I prefer not to sell my soul to the bank to get there.

In the meantime keep up the tweaks for we impoverished peasants to improve on what we have.

hehe,we just jokin'........
I have great time with my SL1400,both-with listening and tweaking.
in this time I have perfect cartridge for this TT-Satin M117G;
Technics arms just love decent MCs ,naturally after tweaking arm's base and arm's cylinder (if that is proper word for vertical part of arm).
yoou can damp base with tar sheets,gluing it with silycone #$%$#### (what is proper word for-ha! sealant!!!).
I have great results in that way with my 1400.
when I say that my Lenco and 401 and EMT are better,they are-but we must always think that good Technics is relativelly easy to find,but decent specimen of mentioned TTables is not easy to find.
cheers,without bad blood.........

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I second Roddyama's sentiment bunch of snobs for sure
I just love it when the LP12/401 brigade get all huffed about their bouncing warblers/rumble genny's. he he he HI Guys


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