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Old 6th April 2007, 05:37 AM   #1
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Default Perpetuum-Ebner PE66: To fix or not to fix...

I have a Perpetuum-Ebner PE 66 (inside an early '60s Schaub-Lorenz Ballerina 20) that has an idler wheel in wretched shape. I'm torn between making a new one or having one made vs. finding a way to amplify the signal from a modern turntable (which, naturally, would be kinder to vinyl than those older ones).
--This stereo console has a round, radial-pin style input for a tape machine (5-pin) and the 3-pin "in" for the supplied turntable unit.
I've seen the other postings regarding the idler wheel replacement options, but I'm still looking for suggestions.
Thank you.
Seattle, WA
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