Technics SL-1300 Automatic Turntable with Cartridge Fully Functional
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Nov 21, 2012 at 6:12 PM Thread Starter Post #1 of 3

ninioquiroz

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[size=x-large]Up for sale is a fully working automatic Technics brand turntable. I've used for many years with a set of Klipsch speakers and the sound is truly unique. I'm not the original owner, of course, since this was manufacured before I was even born.[/size]
 
[size=x-large]It plays records at 33 and 45 rpm only, its strobe light is still working perfectly as does the automatic system that places the needle on the record and places it back when playing is over. It connects to an amplifier through RCA plugs and its ground cable.

The turntable is in very good visual condition and works perfectly after many years true to the legend of  the Technics brand.

It includes a Stanton headshell and cartridge with a small cleaning brush which I estimate still has more than half of its working life left.

The item is in Mexico. Shipping to the US should be around 40 to 50 dollars. I will ship anywhere in the world, just PM me to calculate shipping to your country.

Special Offer: Throw in another $25 for the mini amplifier you see below the turntable. It's a very basic RCA brand amplifier in 100% working condition that should be useful if you don't have any other laying around. It's specifically designed to be plugged in to a turntable such as the SL-1300 since it includes a phono input with grounding. It has three RCA inputs and one RCA out on the back. On the front it has a 3.5 mm output, which was the one I actually used, and volume/tune/source control knobs.

Please feel free to contact me on any details you need about this item. Have a nice day!
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Jan 23, 2013 at 11:13 PM Post #2 of 3

BLACKENEDPLAGUE

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Even if this turntable were NOS it wouldn't cost this much. 
 
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