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Old 4th April 2002, 09:21 PM   #1
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Default For sale: SYSTEMDEK I 920 with a REGA RB250

Dear Analogues and wannabes!

I have a SYSTEMDEK I 920 with a REGA RB250 arm in mint condition for sale.

Before I post it in the local newspaper I want to offer it here.

The small Systemdek is a kind of REGA2 clone with a glass platter and a MDF plinth. It uses a synchronous motor, speed change is done by hand shifting the belt to another pulley size.

The TT was only sparsly in use and sounds very good, much better than better CD players anyway.
I have a new GOLDRING EROICA low output MC system with it, if you are interested, or a AudioTechnica AT95 if you are short of money.

Klaus

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