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For Sale: Technics 1200 + Audiomods Classic + mods

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For Sale:
Technics 1200 + Audiomods Classic + mods

Will Ship To: Anywhere

This was to be my backup table and I decided to have it professionally serviced and modded.

I'm asking $2500 shipped CONUS for Technics 1200 MKII with an Audiomods Classic tonearm, and the unit has some RoyaLcraft mods and external PSU and matching semi-gloss maple wood case for PSU and 1200.

Mods include:

3 Point Tonearm Isolation System made out of massive wood block
Brand new bearing
Wood-In Platter
Compound Loaded Deck
Aluminum Thrust Plate
Separated Power Supply
Re-brushed platter (aesthetic)
Yellow LED
External psu wood case semi-gloss (maple)
Hardwood case semi-gloss (maple)
1200 chassis bonded to wood case -feet removed
Dust cover

Extras include:
1.5 Meter Neotech NEI-3003 RCA cable (like new)
Hunt EDA Carbon Brush
Oyaide MJ-12 aluminum mat in original box (new)
(1) bottle AT stylus cleaner
(8) Chrome spikes for PSU and plinth (M6 threads)

Audiomods Classic/Series 4 details:

Tonearm is Audiomods Classic. This one has the polished finish, with brass finish counterweight and stub. No micrometer. This one also has a Series V Cardas 5-pin connector, Series IV bearings, silver internal wire, full set of headshell shims, and a transferable warranty from Audiomods. All extra parts included, manual, wooden case, etc.

If you want a cart of your choice mounted by RoyLCraft,let me know.


Edited by doctorcilantro - 2/11/14 at 9:41pm
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Please let me know if you are interested, as a cart can be bought and mounted for you by Roy and shipped ready top play. It also has a brand new bearing going in.  Original has a badly bent thrust plate, usually these can be straightened out but this one is beyond repair. The thrust bearing is also shown. It has a small round Teflon pad, when these are new they are flat, after many years of proper use they will show a small dimple from normal wear. 

Other options include dust cover, rubber mat, and Technics feet mounted to underside of new wood chassis. The old ones are on the PSU, and I think I'm going to buy some to be mounted on the chassis anyway. I think they are M6 so you could add something like spikes or Isonoe footers later.

I'll have pics when it's ready on Saturday. Color is off a bit no doubt, better pics to come. He made a custom wood tonearm mount:

[url]https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0B4DCwTNWPBykRC0yeUtjX3dxQW8&usp=sharing[/url]

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better pics with arm mounted on the way...


Edited by doctorcilantro - 1/27/14 at 5:42am
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Better pic:

 

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