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Thread: Bargains on ebay? (Part 2)

  1. #7381
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    Quote Originally Posted by walpurgis View Post
    The patter doesn't inspire me, but the granite work is very good. Perhaps it could be refitted with a VPI platter?


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  2. #7382
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    Celestion Ditton 15 XR for 29 West Yorkshire or 30 postage

    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Celestion-...oAAOSw53NY~N8a

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    Quote Originally Posted by alphaGT View Post
    The patter doesn't inspire me, but the granite work is very good. Perhaps it could be refitted with a VPI platter?


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    Someone who likes 'something different' will probably buy it...
    My first turntable was a BD1 kit on a home made wooden plinth.
    The arm was from Goldring Lenco turntable.
    GL 75 was it?
    Cartridge was a Goldring 850.

    Total outlay was approx 35/40 back in 1969.
    That is about 600 today.
    Gosh !

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    Someone got these cheap, boxed and with replacement suspensions included.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RARE-HEYBR...vip=true&rt=nc

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xapito View Post
    Someone got these cheap, boxed and with replacement suspensions included.
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/RARE-HEYBR...vip=true&rt=nc
    Relisted??
    I only ride 'em, I don't know what makes 'em work

  6. #7386
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    Sold for the same price!

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    Well worth the money, very good turntable
    http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-To...4AAOSwJ4hY~isf
    My stuff; Toshiba SR-370/SME3009 S2/Mission 774 OG/Ortofon 2M Black, Cambridge CXC CD transport/Musical Fidelity X DAC/Musical Fidelity X10v3 tube buffer, Musical Fidelity A3, Nakamichi CA-5E pre amp, Acoustic Solutions FM/DAB tuner, Mordaunt Short Signifer, Harbeth Compact 7, Klotz MC5000/MS audio, NVA LS5

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    Quote Originally Posted by Martyn Miles View Post
    Someone who likes 'something different' will probably buy it...
    My first turntable was a BD1 kit on a home made wooden plinth.
    The arm was from Goldring Lenco turntable.
    GL 75 was it?
    Cartridge was a Goldring 850.

    Total outlay was approx 35/40 back in 1969.
    That is about 600 today.
    Gosh !
    I remember my first 'table back in 1975, a BIC. It was all plastic for the most part, but had a gimbal bearing on the tonearm. Super simple! And it worked. Didn't sound bad from what I remember. My sister was 5 years older, and she was always jealous that her boyfriends would rather listen to my stereo when they stopped by the house. But you're right! You could buy a lot more for your money back then. There were some very nice tables out back in '69. My cousin had one that could find the space between tracks with a laser! An ADC? If you pushed 3, it would play the third track, that was rocket science back then!


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    Quote Originally Posted by alphaGT View Post
    My cousin had one that could find the space between tracks with a laser! An ADC? If you pushed 3, it would play the third track, that was rocket science back then!
    ADC Accutrac 4000, although it was an infra-red sensor and not a laser! http://www.thevintageknob.org/adc-Accutrac_4000.html

    I'm currently on my third...
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    I wonder if that's the model in columbo?
    My System/ Yamaha NS1000M speakers,Pioneer PLC-1700, direct drive turntable, Townsend Elite rock 2 turntable,,Alphason HR-100S-MCS tonearm,Ortofon 2M BLACK cartridge ,Sony 700ES Amp,Sony X555ES CD Player, Nakamichi ca5 pre amp ,

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