What TT's do you folks have

Discussion in 'Turntables' started by Grumpy, Jun 22, 2002.

  1. Lordlidder

    Lordlidder New Member

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    Sorry I'm new here,didn't know I had to draw a picture to go with my story. I may get me crayons out sometime but in the meantime I shall put a record on!
     
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  2. 91r100gs

    91r100gs Lunatic Member

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    It is common on threads on this and many other forums. Please notice the big grin emoticon under each sign. We like to see what others have. Not crapping on your post. Sorry if it offended you.
     
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  3. Celt

    Celt Peanut Head Staff Member Super Mod

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    I modified a walnut Sota Moonbeam with Herbies Isolation Feet, Rega RB-303 arm, AT-140LC cartridge and a Music Hall Acrylic Platter.
    Love this damn thing!

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  4. 91r100gs

    91r100gs Lunatic Member

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    ^^^^^^^ Nice!
     
  5. owen-g

    owen-g New Member

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    I have a crosley with a shure m97.. i bought the crosley basically new for $20.

    And the one I just bought is a adc dd1600 with a goldring
    I have to change out a cap on the motor board but I'm confident
    That will fix it. £20.00 plus the cost of a 22 uf 16v cap.
     
  6. Lordlidder

    Lordlidder New Member

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    Hey 91r......no offence taken I'm too old n ugly for that! You gotta understand this digital technology is not my domain,will have to learn to download pics first! Discovered Mike new bearings now unavailable so may have to look at alternative but all I've seen seem lesser quality. I made my TT over a period of time bit by bit due to cost so still a work in progress; anticipate last 2 upgrades when funds allow. All best
     

     

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  7. stamir

    stamir Member

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    The best, of course:)

    Rega RP6
     
  8. HowardHudson

    HowardHudson New Member

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    Here's my list:

    Bang and Olufsen BeoGram 5500, BeoGram 4002, and a couple other BeoGrams that were trashed in shipping to me
    Technics SP-10 Mk.II in the Technics SH-10B3 base with an Infinity Black Widow Arm and a Shure V-15 Type V
    I also have a Technics arm that I never installed on the SP-10 Mk.II (I think it's off an SL-1210 Mk.III or Mk.IV)
    Philips AF-829 (no cartridge)
    Ariston RD-20 (no cartridge currently)
    Luxman PD-131 without an arm
    In terms of cartridges, I believe I have an Ortofon Blue (OM-8?), a Stanton 881, a MicroAcoustics MA-282e, and maybe some others rolling around in a cabinet.

    Now I am itching to get these dialed in and hooked back up.
     
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  9. atthegate

    atthegate New Member

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    Denon Dp2700, tonearm Jelco 750 LB IMG_0102-11-07-17-09-20.JPG
     
  10. StereoJohn

    StereoJohn New Member

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    Well, i own a Philips 677, Marantz 6100, Yamaha PF-20 and an old scott Model PS59c. But i'm in the market for some more vintage TT's and some new ones.
     
  11. euromut

    euromut Active Member

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    Thorens TD 160 Mk1
    Denon DL-110
    Bolivian Rosewood plinth and a few other tricks

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    Rega RP6
    Benz Micro Gold
    A plethora of other mods

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  12. eis01

    eis01 Active Member

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    I'm looking at the F'n tonearm!!! :eek:
     
  13. ateal

    ateal Well-Known Member

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    Love that Thorens plinth. Great taste.
     
  14. Jason!978

    Jason!978 New Member

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    I have an Audio Technica LP-120 And it's way better than the pioneer I used to have.
     
  15. SanderZ

    SanderZ New Member

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    Glad to see you, Eugene! Привет!
     
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  16. atthegate

    atthegate New Member

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    And i! Приветствую взаимно!
     
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  17. SLTHORP

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    Pioneer PL-15D-II which I am looking at refurbing, it needs a new belt-cleaning-oiling, but there is one capacitor (I think it is a capacitor) that may need to be replaced. It is marked "474M AC125V ECQ-UD °F", should I replace it? Looking to replace the catridge and stylus also, any recommendations?
     
  18. Markoneswift

    Markoneswift Quartz locked n ready to rock

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    Currently,

    Technics SL-230
    Sharp RP-116
    Garrard Zero 100S
    Dual CS 505-1
     
  19. Quidjay

    Quidjay New Member

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    Thorens TD160 fixed up by Dave at Vinyl Nirvana. Stepping up from a Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit.

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  20. Markoneswift

    Markoneswift Quartz locked n ready to rock

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    If you are thinking of replacing capacitors, you must be having problems. What issues are you having ? Being marked 125v means its in the power stage and is likely there to prevent popping when you switch the deck on and off.

    The only caps really which would need doing are caps in the signal path but on most turntables, there are none so you don't need to worry.
     

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