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Old 7th July 2003, 02:23 PM   #1
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Old 7th July 2003, 07:05 PM   #2
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Your timing couldn't be better, as I'm currently working on a platform for that TT
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Think you deserve better than that, Peter.
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Old 10th July 2003, 02:22 AM   #5
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It's not for me. I used to have SL 1400 and wasn't impressed at all
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Old 10th August 2003, 05:12 PM   #6
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It's not for me. I used to have SL 1400 and wasn't impressed at all
I should think not, direct drive nastiness, DJ turntable class of beast. I'd rather turn my vinyl on a pencil.

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I should think not, direct drive nastiness, DJ turntable class of beast. I'd rather turn my vinyl on a pencil.

Sheldon
hehe-in past life I have SL1400;
spend two yrs in tweaking,then I trade it for 930st.
after that-even my 401 and Lenco L75 are better than heavily tweaked SL1400.
hoho-"I'd rather turn my vinyl on a pencil" !!!!!!!!
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You could use the Technics as a motor to drive a belt drive TT.
Attach a precision pulley to the center of the platter.
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Old 10th September 2003, 05:51 AM   #9
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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.
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You could use the Technics as a motor to drive a belt drive TT.


Here you can find more motor-ideas....:
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