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Old 17th November 2013, 07:47 PM   #1
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Default Mike New ETP Platter for Technics Turntablels

If you are a fan of the Technics SL series of turntables and want to get the best possible performance from yours, then we have a range of up-grades designed to make your Techy sing!

The latest being the Mike New ETP Platter, a replacement platter which takes the performance of the Technics to another level, proven by existing customer feedback. In stock at MCRU for delivery worldwide (except Australia and New Zealand as Mike New lives in Oz).

If you are considering any tweaks to your SL1200 | 1210 please get in touch with us as we have 30+ years experience in this field.

The ETP platter is available on the MCRU website now for 695 plus shipping.

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