First post, thought I'd share my system

Discussion in 'Members' Systems' started by Mike Kesow, Dec 18, 2017.

  1. bonzo4ever!

    bonzo4ever! Member

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    Keep spinning that vinyl bud, and remember the loved ones who passed it all down to you.. Turn it up, and cheers!
     
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  2. Drugolf

    Drugolf AK Subscriber Subscriber

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    Excellent! Welcome to the vintage thing. You will have fun tracking down vinyl and gear if so inclined in the Pittsburgh area. My guess is that area saw some pretty good time economically into the 70's when a lot of good old gear was being sold so hopefully you will be able to dig some things up as I am sure others in the area have. My family is from Ambridge BTW

    Is that turntable heavy? What cartridge did you get?
     
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  3. Mike Kesow

    Mike Kesow New Member

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    Yeah, it's got some weight to it. Feels pretty solid, I like it. Only issue is the dust cover is cracked and I can't find this thing online anywhere, so I guess I'd have to figure out if another model had the same size. The guy at the shop suggested an Audio Technica to replace the one that was in there.

    Cool! Any time I'm looking for great pizza I head to Ambridge.
     
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  4. Marine0811

    Marine0811 AK Subscriber Subscriber

    Sounds like another one has been sucked down the proverbial rabbit hole. That's really nice gear you have there, and with the family connection, who could ask for more? Nice job on the finishes! Keep spinning
     
  5. Nightwisher

    Nightwisher Farer In The Goldilocks Zone Subscriber

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  6. souladdikt

    souladdikt Active Member

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    Cool gear and a great story behind them. If you're going to get into vinyl, then you should pick up a Spin Clean to wash those old records.
     

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