Help! Questions re Linn LP12

CC99

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2008-03-13 2:11 am
Hi All! I recently acquired an older Linn LP12 and I can't figure out if the power source is original or a non-Linn replacement. I know the unit is older (i.e. probably pre-1985) but I do not know when exactly it was purchased.

Any advice on what you see in the pics attached would be most appreciated. I will gladly answer requests for further info.

Many thanks,
CC99
 

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Go to the vinylengine library link which shows the history of how the LP12 evolved and the serial number sequence. This should give you a pretty good idea of when your table was produced.
Here is the Analogue Addicts LP12 FAQ page for more info.
I have an early wiring diagram in pdf format that I can email to you if need be. It looks like what you have in the pic.

Jeff
 
CC99 said:

Any advice on what you see in the pics attached would be most appreciated. I will gladly answer requests for further info.

Many thanks,
CC99


Once i had an even older Linn. There has to be a phase-splitting cap and a votage dropping resistor. The two extra cap are indeed to filter switching on/off noise.
 

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