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Technics SL-2000 vs SONY PS-LX 300H

Discussion in 'Turntables' started by yilmazcan, Jul 10, 2009.

  1. yilmazcan

    yilmazcan New Member

    I have two alternatives: Technics SL-2000 and SONY PS-LX 300H. Any body can compare these?

    Specs of sony is in the picture format.


    Technics' is:

    Motor: low speed electronically controlled brushless DC motor

    Platter: 30cm aluminium diecast

    Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm

    Speed change: electronic change

    Pitch control 10% adjustment range

    Wow and flutter: 0.045% WRMS

    Rumble: -70dB

    Tonearm: Universal S-shaped tubular arm

    Effective length: 220mm

    Overhang: 14mm
    Weight: 12 kg
  2. Balifly

    Balifly Listening Subscriber

    Vancouver, B.C., Canada
    Take the direct drive, one less potential problem.:thmbsp:
  3. rito25

    rito25 Super Member

    Technics all the way.
  4. kotofei

    kotofei permanent gear evolution Subscriber

    If I were you I would go with Technics since it is heavier that a Sony (12 kg versus 7) and have slightly better specs.

    It's interesting that a turntable named Sony PSLX300USB is on sale on ebay now and yes, it's USB. It looks differently from the PS-LX 300N that you are considering HOWEVER to have a USB relative is a bad sign.

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