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    Thumbs up Great site for pics of vintage T/Ts and old radiograms!!

    http://www.thestainedglasscompany.com

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    Nice one Marco...
    In - Tweaked Lenco GL75
    Through - Croft pre/power
    Along - Tellurium Q Black
    Out - Spendor SP7/1

    Street photography


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    Some interesting decks there Marco.

    But where is the Collaro 2020 rim drive deck? - a serious rival to the Garrard 301 in its day. I used to have one, after my Garrard SP25. I removed the awful Collaro arm and replaced it with an SME 3009. And then I discovered the Thorens TD124/II .....!

    Talking of which, I just love the photos of the Thorens fitted with an EMT 997 ("Banana") arm, even though it is using some usurper of a cartridge mounted in an ADC headshell! And the one of the Thorens fitted with the Acoustical "All-balance arm" (Jobo). Nice!
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

    Barry

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    Glad you're enjoying it, chaps!

    Barry, did you check out the EMT section? There's an interesting pic of a 930st in use in a Dutch radio station

    Marco.

    P.S Did you see these pics from the thread Joe posted in Blank Canvas: http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl...oxford-street/

    You probably remember when HMV was like that?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Barry View Post
    Some interesting decks there Marco.

    But where is the Collaro 2020 rim drive deck? - a serious rival to the Garrard 301 in its day. I used to have one, after my Garrard SP25. I removed the awful Collaro arm and replaced it with an SME 3009. And then I discovered the Thorens TD124/II .....!

    Talking of which, I just love the photos of the Thorens fitted with an EMT 997 ("Banana") arm, even though it is using some usurper of a cartridge mounted in an ADC headshell! And the one of the Thorens fitted with the Acoustical "All-balance arm" (Jobo). Nice!
    Hi Barry cant help with a 2020 but just finished fettling this 4200 for my daughter,



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    Have one of these in the loft;

    301/Puresound 2A3/quite large Grf cab horny ones.Eminence/Coral/Le cleach

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    Quote Originally Posted by loo View Post
    Hi Barry cant help with a 2020 but just finished fettling this 4200 for my daughter,



    Paul.
    My 2020 looked very similar to that - it too had 4 speeds. It was originally cream coloured, but I had it resprayed semi-matt black, like yours. The only fettling I did was to replace the switch capacitor and 'tweak' the motor suspension - apart from replacing Collaro's own arm with an SME.
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Marco View Post
    Glad you're enjoying it, chaps!

    Barry, did you check out the EMT section? There's an interesting pic of a 930st in use in a Dutch radio station

    Marco.

    P.S Did you see these pics from the thread Joe posted in Blank Canvas: http://www.thevinylfactory.com/vinyl...oxford-street/

    You probably remember when HMV was like that?
    Hah - Yes I do remember when HMV shops (and most other smaller record shops) were like that. But my experience with HMV in Oxford street was less than favourable. The trouble one had to go to for them to replace a poor pressing! Quite unlike some smaller family-owned record shops i have used, who would go out of their way to try and provide you with a good copy.

    As far as I'm concerned HMV deserve to go bust (even if they did once sell Quad ESLs)!
    Have you listened to this month's choice in the Album Club?

    Barry

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    Seems fettling has the same meaning to us both , as that's all I've done to this, fitted a Grace 940 instead of an SME though
    Paul

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    Quote Originally Posted by chelsea View Post
    Have one of these in the loft;

    What, a man in a cupboard?

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