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Old 19th December 2006, 11:54 PM   #1
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Default Help to identify vintage JVC turntable

Hi

I got this vintage turntable from the 80's that was sold in my country by Gradiente under JVC license.

It was named " DD100Q" model and I would like to evaluate chances regarding tracking force 2.5g to a new cartridge replacement and put it back to work.

Gradiente DD100Q

Could you please analogue people help me to identify what was the original model name from JVC sold in US or European market?

In advance thanks for coments and assistance

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Old 20th December 2006, 12:22 PM   #2
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Hi,

Looks like a variant of the JVC QL-A2, try searching for that.

I'd put an Audio Technica AT95E or similar tracking ~ 2.2g in it.

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Old 20th December 2006, 03:03 PM   #3
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Hello,

the DD200Q is the QL-F4. In your Link have the DD100Q and DD200Q the same Data.
But for a new Cartridge you need onyly the Data from the Cartridge, a Balance and a Template.
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Old 20th December 2006, 10:38 PM   #4
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Originally posted by sreten
Hi,

Looks like a variant of the JVC QL-A2, try searching for that.

I'd put an Audio Technica AT95E or similar tracking ~ 2.2g in it.

/sreten.
Hmmm that´s it Many thanks sreten. Surely AT fills the budget.


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Hello,

the DD200Q is the QL-F4. In your Link have the DD100Q and DD200Q the same Data.
But for a new Cartridge you need onyly the Data from the Cartridge, a Balance and a Template.
Yes, here it is. 100Q vs 200Q are only cosmetic. Tone arm and motor drive are the same. Well, I thought it could be harder but on a quick google search I´ve found every thing.

Many thanks too, AnalogHifi
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Saw this is a second hand shop for 20 euro, I was in a rush and only saw executive and audio 6 written on the record player, it was wooden on the outside. I has treble, bass, balance and headphone output.

Any info would be great, Google for hours and can’t find anything about this unit.

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