Search the Community

Showing results for tags 'Turntable'.



More search options

  • Search By Tags

    Type tags separated by commas.
  • Search By Author

Content Type


Forums

  • CLASSIFIEDS (STAY AT HOME - USE COURIERS)
    • Private HiFi Classifieds
    • Music For Sale
    • Classifieds - Non Hifi Related
    • Ebay Links
    • Spirit of the Wam
    • Sold Items
  • 2 CHANNEL
    • 2 Channel
    • DIY
    • Owners Clubs and Forums
    • Headphones
    • Home Cinema and Audio Visual
    • Computer based HiFi
    • Tech Corner
  • WAM BAKE-OFFS | KEGWORTH
    • THE WAM HIFI SHOW 2020 POSTPONED
    • WAM Bake Offs
    • WAM Shows Archive
  • MUSIC
    • Genres
    • Recorded Music
    • Gigs and Concerts
  • REVIEWS
    • Product Reviews by members
    • My Set Up At Home
  • MANUFACTURERS | DISTRIBUTORS | RETAILERS
    • Trade News, Reviews, Advice & Discussions
    • Trade Classifieds
    • New Products and HiFi Start Ups
  • THE WAM ARMS
    • Our Public Bar
  • OTHER HOBBIES
    • Photography
    • Sports
    • Cars, Bikes & In-Car Entertainment
    • Food & Drink
    • Books, TV & Films
  • CONTACT US
    • Acceptable Use Policy
  • Linn Owners Club and Forum's Troubleshooting
  • Linn Owners Club and Forum's Initial Linn Owners Welcome To Wam Thread
  • Linn Owners Club and Forum's Discussions About Old Linn Forum
  • Linn Owners Club and Forum's Hi-Fi Separates and Components
  • Linn Owners Club and Forum's Turntables & Record Players: Linn Sondek LP12
  • Linn Owners Club and Forum's Network Music Players & Music Streamers
  • EAR (Esoteric Audio Research) Owners Club and Forum's Topics
  • Michell Owners Club and Forum's Michell Engineering products
  • PMC Owners Club and Forum's PMC Louspeakers

Product Groups

  • Private Members & Megastore Subscriptions
  • Trade Members & Megastore Subscriptions
  • Wigwam Shop
    • Polo Shirts
    • Fleeces
    • T Shirts
  • The Scalford Hifi Show Tickets
  • Harrogate Home HiFi Show Tickets
  • THE WAM HIFI SHOW 2018 TICKETS

Blogs

There are no results to display.

There are no results to display.

Marker Groups

There are no results to display.


Find results in...

Find results that contain...


Date Created

  • Start

    End


Last Updated

  • Start

    End


Filter by number of...

Joined

  • Start

    End


Group


Location


Real Name


Turn Table


Tone Arm & Cartridge


SUT / Phono Stage


Digital Source 1


Digital Source 2


DAC


Integrated Amp


Pre-Amp


Power Amp/s


My Speakers


Headphones


Trade Status

Found 54 results

  1. Hello Here is for sale my beloved Acoustic Solid Wood Turntable, Great condition, was left for me by my father. Comes with Rega RB303 tonearm ( not on pictures) and I can add plexi glass, but only on collection, wouldn't post it, its fragile, and will not survive shipping. Everything works as it should. No problems with motor or controller. All cables intact. Leather mat and plexi mat included. Original Box also included. Location : Glasgow, Scotland Price with Tonearm £2k
  2. sold Goldring Lenco GL88 / G88 Turntable, no tonearm. Selling for a friend Wonderful ! Motor serviced, new mains wiring. Speeds adjusted and are all spot on (videos available). New idler wheel as the original was noisy, but will include the original in the package. Main bearing cleaned and relubricated, very quiet. Platter in good condition, 3.6kg, great for speed stability. New 0.1uF 400v switch suppressor capacitor fitted. Original black rubber mat included but not shown in photos. Very clean unit, a few minor paint flecks esp on screwholes. On/Off lettering is slightly faded but could be repainted easily enough. There *is* a plinth/lid but frankly, it's rubbish ! I will include it free as it provides some additional protection during shipping. I will also provide one of my 5.5mm PEEK bearing mod kits (see my Traders advert) free of charge for the buyer to fit, or on request I will fit it before shipping (see last photo). This is a beautiful turntable with a well deserved reputation as being equal to or better than a Garrard 301 or 401. (Last one on ebay sold as "not working" for £382) Specs: Motor: 4-pole constant velocity motor. Speed control: continuously variable. Speeds: four click-stop speeds, 16/33/45/78 rpm. Bearing: centre spindle is lapped, hardened steel in a sintered bronze bearing Wow and flutter: maximum 0.2%. Rumble and hum: negligible Speed variation: less than 1% for 13% mains voltage. Dimensions: 36cm x 33cm inches. Platter diameter: 30cm Platter mass : 3.6kg. £495 plus shipping or buyer collects NN3 Northampton - open to sensible offers !!! Videos taken of the TT working at 33/45/78 rpm. Come and have a look. Advertised elsewhere.
  3. I know that this will rise before the finish but it may stay low due to it being collection only . Really good turntable with a very transparent and solid sound . The use of the fluid damping trough will make this cheapo arm sound excellent . Goldring cartridge is decent though not easy to see what state the needle is in . https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Townshend-Rock-2-Turntable/174424547114?hash=item289c835f2a:g:RikAAOSwO7NfVK8S
  4. Nottingham Analogue Interspace turntable with SME 3009 Series 2 Improved tonearm for sale. After deciding to get out of vinyl game and selling my Garrard 401 setup I bought this one to play my remaining records occasionally. Turntable is in pretty much immaculate condition. It takes 2 arms. It is setup for 1 SME arm at the moment. Comes with sme 3009 Series ii improved arm with non removable headshell. It also has optional SME fluid damping kit fitted. Detachable tonearm cable connector is old type 5 pin block and has a crack on it (still fully functional) and cartridge connectors on the headshell would need to be soldered back. Want £600 for this great looking and sounding turntable. Collection from Woolwich Arsenal only.
  5. Technics SL-1700 direct drive turntable fully restored and upgraded As per the title - see the photos Rare and an interesting piece - slightly less disco looking. These tend to sell for £250 to £350 in original and old form. Arm board upgrades do not fit as in SL-1200’s. •Every capacitor replaced and upgraded - all Nichicon expect for the axial cap which is now a BC. Not in the sonic path but good for many more decades now. •Fully cleaned - everywhere •Power cable replaced and upgraded - now screened •Output cables upgraded to Van Damme XKE •RCA plugs upgraded to KLE Silver Harmony types •Every surface dampened a little to weight out and change the material dynamics to remove resonance •Under arm dampened (as above) •Arm return tuned correctly as well as the arm rest •ISO Kinetic oil top up •All pots cleaned and work superb and smooth(4) •Keeps spot on timing •No issues 🙂 Comes with a head shell and National Panasonic 270C cartridge. Works but can’t age it. These sell for about £75 alone. Original cover is included but very damaged - will keep dust off but looks very nasty. The hinges are fine for a replacement. Comes with the universal cover as seen in the photos. Negative - one of the feet is a little damaged. Can only be seen on inspection and does not hinder performance. Spares come up on the Bay time to time or you may venture into something different. Feet style is not like the SL-1200 and therefore such upgrades won’t fit. Collection way preferred. • £390 collected.
  6. I would like to purchase a good turntable for a male teenager’s coming of age. My years of obsessing have clearly been of influence! Amp and speakers are sorted from ebay, but looks like a decent turntable is hard to find. I’ve got a Dual CS505-2 Deluxe in the loft, but it has multiple faults which would probably run to the cost of a replacement to sort. However, if you have something hidden in the loft, I’d love to hear from you Many thanks!
  7. For Sale: Really nice Technics 1210 MKII in black with an Origin Live Rega adapter plate, Rega RB300 with upgraded Tungsten counterweight, VTA adjuster wheel and Nottingham Analogue MM (Tracer 1) get you started. It comes with the original dust cover and rubber mat.The feet have been upgraded with some Soundcare Superspikes which help further with isolation. I can supply the original feet with the deck should you prefer. All you need to do is upgrade the powersupply for an excellent turntable. With all the extras I’m looking for £700 and would prefer collection from Kent. daviddowding-1011844 by djdstone, on Flickr daviddowding-1011836 by djdstone, on Flickr daviddowding-1011835 by djdstone, on Flickr daviddowding-1011840 by djdstone, on Flickr daviddowding-1011842 by djdstone, on Flickr daviddowding-1011837 by djdstone, on Flickr
  8. Hi All, New to the forum and owner of a Sondek LP12 turntable. I assume the version I have may be from 80's-early 90's as it is equipped with the Ittok tone arm, but since I am a newbie to Linn products I may be incorrect about info. I was hoping to get some suggestions on Carts/Stylus that would match up with well with the Ittok LVll tonearm. I have a number of preamps with Phono stages and also thinking of buying a separate Phono that may work with both MC and MM carts. I have read the tonearm works best with low output MC Carts. Currently, I have a McIntosh C20/ Maratnz 7T/ recapped/restored Dynaco PAS2. receivers=Maratnz 2270/2325. The jury is still out on a phono stage to buy. Quick note-I believe the TT currently has a Grado Cart on it..
  9. Having just had my Croft amplification upgraded by Glenn Croft, I’m now considering a turntable upgrade but I’m having trouble working out exactly what to do. In terms of usage, I probably play as many singles as albums, and I enjoy playing DJ when we have friends around. (I can keep the music going nicely using my turntable, my Rega Saturn CD player and my Bluesound Vault 2.) So, for me, it won’t be a case of just popping on an album and sitting down to listen. It’s equally likely that I’ll be comparing different pressings of a single or flipping from one single to another in rapid succession as the next thing to listen to pops into my mind. I also have a fairly large collection of soul and dance music, so good boogie factor is important. I currently have a Thorens TD166 BC with a Rega RB250 arm and a Goldring G1042 cartridge. I’m going to stay with MM because my recently-upgraded Croft Micro 25 has an excellent MM phono stage. I’m also slightly nervous as to whether or not MC would really suit a guy who listens to lots of old mono and stereo 60s and 70s singles rather than to, for instance, lots of rock and classical LPs. My budget is around £2K. My local dealer has suggested that I should audition a Nottingham Analogue Ace Spacedeck and a Michell Gyrodec SE and that I could initially install my existing arm and cartridge on the winner in order to manage my budget. (For audition, these two decks would be set up with a similar arm/cart combination.) Others have suggested a Technics deck such as the SL1200 GR. Others have suggested a new power supply for my Thorens plus a rewired arm and a new cartridge. I’ve recently pondered going for a used Thorens TD160 since it’s the “better big brother” of my TD166. Today on another forum, amongst other questions, I asked the following: - What would rewiring my RB250 give me? What MM cartridge would significantly improve upon my G1042? Suppose that, instead of replacing the Thorens, I replaced the power supply (perhaps with one with electronic speed control), got the arm rewired and replaced the G1042 with an Audio Note IQ2 or IQ3? Would this yield more benefit than a Michell Gyro SE or a Nottingham Analogue Ace Spacedeck with my current standard RB250 and G1042? Suppose I purchased a good used TD160 and moved my arm and cart onto it? Suppose I then then tweaked the TD160 instead of tweaking the TD166? I could go on and on and finally make my decision as they lay me in my box, so any input from fellow Wammers to help me to decide more quickly would be greatly appreciated.
  10. Voyd Turntable in Rosewood and black. Fitted with the Reference Bearing and with a choice of platters. Mechanically and electronically in excellent condition. This is probably one of the last genuine Guy Adams Voyds before Audionote turned it into the TT3. It will come with two belts, tools and a felt cover. There are some dents in the plinth and a mark on the acrylic platter (photos). The lid is pretty much perfect. The price includes for the acrylic platter only. The polycarbonate (Lexan) platters are available at the prices shown and are a useful upgrade in terms of transparency and resolution for any Voyd. The armboard is suited to Rega and the Audionote series of arms. I am based in Farnham, Surrey. I am happy to discuss delivery and set-up if required. Turntable with acrylic platter £1200 ono Tatty Lexan Platter £175 ono Perfect Lexan Platter £250 ono
  11. I bought this brand new from Cymbiosis when they were still based in the centre of Leicester, probably around its launch in, I think, 2000. A fabulous deck offering silly value for money then and now. I've never played a huge amount of vinyl due to the "faff" (that should cause a few wammers to splutter coffee all over their computer screens) vs CD but have always refused to be without a turntable for the sonics and sheer ceremony of it. It's in excellent condition apart from some rubs to the lid most of which should polish I have mostly polished out and I'll try to do that before re-photographing. I lent it to a friend for the last twelve months... she cossetted it in situ but it did pick up the marks on the lid from being transported to and from her place (at my place it always lived in a converted HMV cabinet with its integral lid so the Rega lid was as new when loaned). It's also unlikely her old record collection has seen a "proper" record cleaner so while the table runs smooth and sounds fine (to me) I can't vouch for the condition of the cart. Different cart arrives soon courtesy of wammer. Collection only though, as ever, by arrangement I can drop in a diamond shaped territory between Melton Mowbray and Kendal and taking in Birmingham, Stoke, Manchester, Preston in the west and Sheffield, York, Bradford, Leeds, Harrogate in the east. Happy with cash on collection but I'm looking for a firm sale not an audition... £275.00 please. EDIT: photos show wrong cartridge: fitted is an Ortofon 510 Mk2 as per thread title. ________________________________ Borrowed blurb For over twenty years the Rega P3 has been the favourite high performance turntable for the music loving public, having a beguiling blend of classically clean looks, high performance and amazing value for money. This latest version carries some new innovative changes in design, which make it without doubt the highest performance and musical P3 to date. Just some of the features include an ultra low mass micro-fibre plinth laminated with highly rigid phenolic resin laminate. The P3 motor assembly uses the very highest quality synchronous motor found in turntables five times the price of the P3! The motor is itself controlled by Rega's innovative new electronic circuitry, which results in this already low vibration motor running almost totally vibration free. The platter is hand crafted from floated plate glass 12mm in thickness. This makes for a superb platter material as it has few resonance problems, is extremely flat and has good mass. The P3 carries arguably the most famous tonearm ever produced, the legendary RB300. This tonearm will never be found wanting for performance and will make cartridges work very hard to provide you with astonishing quantities of musical detail.
  12. SOLD STP Leak plinthed Goldring Lenco GL75. Fully serviced and refurbished. Includes my main bearing mod which strengthens the bearing, makes it completely oil tight, and adds a 5mm grade 5 silicon nitride ball bearing resting on a PEEK thrust pad (inspired by SPH and Jolyon's bearings in LencoHeaven). Motor has been serviced, relubed & coils recentred. Arm has new V blocks and new pillar bearings. New mains wiring, new phono sockets on rear panel. Plinth & lid wood has been lightly sanded and linseed oiled. Lid perspex shows signs of age but no cracks or major scratches. Chunky third party hinges. New baseboard and felt feet. Spring suspension is excellent. Includes a Cambridge Audio Atlantic interconnect cable and earth lead. Cartridge is a Grado F3 fitted with a new-ish condition Black stylus. How does it sound ?? Bloody maaaaaaaaarvellous. Motor and bearing run almost completely silently. Come and have a listen Located NN3 Northampton. I've put a LOT of work into this one. £245 plus post and it's yours .
  13. SOLD ELSEWHERE CJ Walker CJ55 Turntable with Lenco GL75 tonearm. Arm has been modded to use a straight carbon fibre wand and an adjustable Dual Carbon Fibre headshell. New armboard from laminate material, cut to fit the arm and lift mechanism. Cartridge is a Vertex V-70 and stylus looks like new and plays perfectly. Tracking and alignment are spot on. Original motor, modded to remove "knock" problem, as is common in this motor. Ceramic ball bearing on base in threaded housing, with screw for adjustment. New belt. Main bearing fully serviced, cleaned and relubed, with silicon nitride ball bearing. New mains wiring to new mains plug. Tonearm rewired with copper Litz wire, and terminated in gold phono sockets and ground tag on rear panel. Good care taken of grounding. Sub & Main platters are of "Tufnol" material and are in VGC, both perfectly balanced. Lid & hinges are original and in good condition, with just the usual minor wear and surface marks as you would expect from something of this age. Flash photography always makes marks appear much worse than they are ! Plinth is also in good condition, with the same age and wear marks, lightly sanded and oiled with linseed oil and a final coat of wax polish. Wood looks beautiful. New baseboard and feet. An altogether excellent turntable, beautifully balanced on four point suspension, with access to 4x balance hex head bolts on top panel. I always try and describe my kit as fully and accurately as possible, please feel free to ask any questions ! Located NN3 Northampton. Looking for £235 plus post or collect. Happy to demo, can also deliver within 50 miles ish of Northampton.
  14. Almost excellent condition, thought I'd give the Wammers a look in Been in storage for some long time, plays spot on, do a search ala web and you'll see a lot of positive reviews... Had droopy rear counter weight stub...turned 180 and it's ok. Victor high end arm; Deck renowned to be better than a SL1210 Good Shure M75 ED cart stylus but deserves better. Seen on the bay for £600+ Looking for £480 I'm based in North London. Hornsey. Audition welcome...Collection only or I could meet up along top Half of M25 or along M11
  15. Just picked this up from a friend. Pretty tidy as you can see. There's a few lovebites on the plinth, but nowt that a rub and varnish couldn't sort out, bar that it's about as clean as I've seen. Works as should, as you can see in the video. I've just serviced it and lubed the parts that need lubing. Comes with a reet tidy lid. Comes with a DIN to RCA Adaptor. Comes fitted with a new AT91 cart/stylus as I wouldn't trust the stylus on the Ortofon MF15 that it's currently fitted with. Looking for £80 as it is a particularly tidy example in perfect working condition. Collection from OX11 - Didcot - Or I can deliver in a 60m radius for an extra £20 Ping me an email at admin@brownz.org or gimme a call on 07767 458151 https://www.dropbox.com/sh/ikvdqz7y212luxx/AABouZzs5wNHzNBMDlnnSA2ha?dl=0
  16. For sale, like new Michell ORBE Turntable. We (my wife and I) collected this with a SME V tonearm and Lyra Skala Cartridge that we are also selling from a client who decided it was a passing fad of his and that he'd rather spend the money on a home cinema system, he estimated that it had played for a maximum of 6 hours!! Fully boxed with (as far as I can tell) all accessories and complete with an additional lid that has never been out of the box as the original had a mark from new. We are located in Leeds and will deliver to any LS postcode for £10, other than that delivery will be by courier at cost with insurance. I will put a price on it of £2750 but if it does not achieve this we will sell to the best offer next Sunday evening, I hope that is acceptable. https://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Michell-Orbe-Turntable/123705145506?hash=item1ccd66b8a2:g:wAgAAOSwRcZcl3Xh
  17. (Early) New Year greetings to all you vinylistas. I have recently sniffed around a turntable or two for my third "sandpit" system, with you-only-live-once ringing in one ear and being-able-to-eat-would-be-nice ringing in the other; I ultimately decided that discretion is the better part of valour (at least for the rest of 2018...) but looked at some superb tables, both original and modded, with and without arms, with and without carts, belt and direct drive, Japanese and British... at great prices. I thought fellow wammers might like to give their imaginations a workout as a break from the pressures of Christmas and Brexit... not to help me find my own turntable but just as a general exercise in Wamship. (See related threads with other budgets) Here are the competition rules then. Budget £500 (not "if you can stretch...") But you don't need to spend it all! A great looking and sounding deck for £150 will do nicely, thank you Suitable for the widest range of music from gentle classical to full-on rock Complete turntable including deck, arm, cart and power supply (inc any adaptors if not 240v) No restriction on belt/direct drive, MM/MC or country of origin Can be used or new but... ... must not need any repair work or DIY skills (just turntable setup) - so no doer-uppers Must be in very good cosmetic condition (in case anyone finds specific examples) There will be no judging and no prizes. Everyone's a winner here. I might post an example myself later. Enjoy! Nigel
  18. My recently acquired (and no doubt just-passing-through) Technics SL-D3 has only light swirls on the lid. If I can get them out then it will be a totally pristine deck, and I'd love to find a tried and tested method for doing same as it opens up the possibility of picking up one of the many decks which come up on eBay, which look very tidy apart from the lid and which with a bit of elbow grease would be presentable+. Uzzy posted briefly about this (see below) and mentoned T-cut and brasso: I wondered whether others had their own recipes for returning a lid to its former glory. If you want to earn Wam Winner bonus points then we need before and after pics! But even if you don't, if you have a technique/product you'd be happy to recommend then do share. Thanks.
  19. (Early) New Year greetings to all you vinylistas. I have recently sniffed around a turntable or two for my third "sandpit" system, with you-only-live-once ringing in one ear and being-able-to-eat-would-be-nice ringing in the other; I ultimately decided that discretion is the better part of valour (at least for the rest of 2018...) but looked at some superb tables, both original and modded, with and without arms, with and without carts, belt and direct drive, Japanese and British... at great prices. I thought fellow wammers might like to give their imaginations a workout as a break from the pressures of Christmas and Brexit... not to help me find my own turntable but just as a general exercise in Wamship. (See related threads with other budgets) Here are the competition rules then. No budget limit To keep it sane, stick to turntables you would actually want, not some piece of expensive exotica you wouldn't dream of owning even if you did win the lottery Suitable for the widest range of music from gentle classical to full-on rock Complete turntable including deck, arm, cart and power supply (inc any adaptors if not 240v) No restriction on belt/direct drive, MM/MC or country of origin Can be used or new but... ... must not need any repair work or DIY skills (just turntable setup) - so no doer-uppers Must be in very good cosmetic condition (in case anyone finds specific examples) There will be no judging and no prizes. Everyone's a winner here. I might post an example myself later. Enjoy! Nigel
  20. (Early) New Year greetings to all you vinylistas. I have recently sniffed around a turntable or two for my third "sandpit" system, with you-only-live-once ringing in one ear and being-able-to-eat-would-be-nice ringing in the other; I ultimately decided that discretion is the better part of valour (at least for the rest of 2018...) but looked at some superb tables, both original and modded, with and without arms, with and without carts, belt and direct drive, Japanese and British... at great prices. I thought fellow wammers might like to give their imaginations a workout as a break from the pressures of Christmas and Brexit... not to help me find my own turntable but just as a general exercise in Wamship. (See related threads with other budgets) Here are the competition rules then. Budget £1000 (not "if you can stretch...") But you don't need to spend it all! A great looking and sounding deck for £500 will do nicely, thank you Suitable for the widest range of music from gentle classical to full-on rock Complete turntable including deck, arm, cart and power supply (inc any adaptors if not 240v) No restriction on belt/direct drive, MM/MC or country of origin Can be used or new but... ... must not need any repair work or DIY skills (just turntable setup) - so no doer-uppers Must be in very good cosmetic condition (in case anyone finds specific examples) There will be no judging and no prizes. Everyone's a winner here. I might post an example myself later. Enjoy! Nigel
  21. (Early) New Year greetings to all you vinylistas. I have recently sniffed around a turntable or two for my third "sandpit" system, with you-only-live-once ringing in one ear and being-able-to-eat-would-be-nice ringing in the other; I ultimately decided that discretion is the better part of valour (at least for the rest of 2018...) but looked at some superb tables, both original and modded, with and without arms, with and without carts, belt and direct drive, Japanese and British... at great prices. I thought fellow wammers might like to give their imaginations a workout as a break from the pressures of Christmas and Brexit... not to help me find my own turntable but just as a general exercise in Wamship. (See related threads with other budgets) Here are the competition rules then. Budget £10000 (not "if you can stretch...") But you don't need to spend it all! A great looking and sounding deck for £1500 will do nicely, thank you Suitable for the widest range of music from gentle classical to full-on rock Complete turntable including deck, arm, cart and power supply (inc any adaptors if not 240v) No restriction on belt/direct drive, MM/MC or country of origin Can be used or new but... ... must not need any repair work or DIY skills (just turntable setup) - so no doer-uppers Must be in very good cosmetic condition (in case anyone finds specific examples) There will be no judging and no prizes. Everyone's a winner here. I might post an example myself later. Enjoy! Nigel
  22. FOR SALE £450 o.n.o. Rarely available and fully serviced Revox B795 direct drive linear tracking turntable with Goldring MM cartridge. Fully working order and in great original condition, including lid. Mechanics and electrics all working as they should. Superb Swiss Revox build and reliability . Sounds great. Bought in 2016 from an electrical store specialising in Revox equipment where it had been fully serviced. Comes with original user manual. Cartridge works but is used. These normally sell for between £600 and £1000, and are pretty rare in the UK. Private sale...part of a big audio collection down sizing effort. For cash on collection sale from Balham in SW London. Don't have original box and not willing to risk shipping. Photos added.
  23. WTD TW Raven or Zanden TPM-1 Turntable mat Either the TW Raven badged version ( Which for some reason is no longer available ) or the Zanden one Thanks in advance Shaun
  24. Putting my Avid Ingenium up for sale. It includes the Project 9cc tonearm (not the Evo). This TT brought me back to my beloved LPs, but I've moved on and I have to pay for that I have fitted a new belt to this, and it has the threaded clamp. I do have the box for this, but I can't for the life of me work out how the arm was packed safely in it. Therefore collection from Littlehampton would be preferable, or meet up somewhere not a million miles away (or WAM taxi of course). Current new price £1,650 Yours for £600
  25. GavJ

    Dual 506 problem

    Hi, looking for some help... I have resurrected an old Dual from my loft. Its been lying about for a few years, the platter was a bit stiff but a good clean and a few drops of oil and its fine. But, when I return the tonearm to the rest the turntable does not switch off? I have disassembled the unit and the mechanical side of it works fine, it is physically pressing in the micro switch for off and releasing it for on. The switch internal contacts are moving freely and look fine, the capacitor across the terminals is split and looks done... also one of the pins has broken from the base, I'm wondering if this was loose and arcing which popped the cap? It must have been making contact or the platter would not have spun. Anyway, I think i could fix the switch and replace the cap (240v 0.01up) Would be easier if i could get a new switch, anyone know where i can get one? dualswitch.mp4