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post #16 of 22
I stand corrected Jahn, there are only 2 hours left to go in that auction and it is still under $25
post #17 of 22
Thread Starter 
Oh the shame. It went for $22. My turntable is...junk. Well, according to ebay standards. But I'll enjoy it for now with its new cart - in 5 years when the cart dies I'll just buy a Linn and a grado cart muahahaha!!
post #18 of 22

hot tip!

Quote:
Originally Posted by Jahn
hmm, if i could snag a 1200 for old times' sake, that could be fun!
I see you're in NYC. There's a record store in the west village going out of business that has (or a few days ago had) 4 1210's at low prices. Check Craigs list for more info.
post #19 of 22
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by zowie
I see you're in NYC. There's a record store in the west village going out of business that has (or a few days ago had) 4 1210's at low prices. Check Craigs list for more info.
wha? thanks!
post #20 of 22
Thread Starter 
Eh I decided to stick with what I have for now. This phono stage looked nice

http://www.store.yahoo.com/decibelch...halphonpa.html

but I'll just use the one in my reciever - Friday can't come quick enough so I can go get it!
post #21 of 22

Hello!  I would love to find out where I can get a replacement cord for my turntable, I have a  SL-QD35.  I went to go set it up to have fun dancing to my old records with my teenaged daughters, and lo and behold, the cord was missing!!  Eeek.  I still have the original box for my turntable, but obviously, I left the cord behind somewhere else.  If you know a source, I'd be glad to know it.  Can you write me please, at lesisdefinitelymore@yahoo.com?

 

Thank you so much!!

post #22 of 22

Ebay ad no longer exists. I'm assuming your TT is an SL-QD33? That was my first table, and I loved it for the 5 years that I owned it (or, rather, before I knew better). I listened to it again recently, sounds pretty good actually. I upgraded from that to a Pioneer PL-518, then to a Thorens TD-145 MKII ($250 on eBay, it can be done). I'd suggest upgrading your TT. Like I said, you can sometimes find a Thorens under $300. Otherwise, I'd go for a Pioneer or Dual. I've heard the Dual 1219, and it's a very fine table.

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