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aquapiranha
24-12-2008, 17:39
I know the price of copper is rising, but....

http://cgi.ebay.co.uk/MICRO-SEIKI-CU-180-COPPER-TURNTABLE-MAT_W0QQitemZ290284321941QQcmdZViewItemQQptZUK_Aud ioTVElectronics_HomeAudioHiFi_Turntables?hash=item 290284321941&_trksid=p3286.c0.m14&_trkparms=66%3A2|65%3A10|39%3A1|240%3A1318


Holy Sh1t !! :confused:

Mike
24-12-2008, 18:14
Cripes! :stalks:

John
24-12-2008, 18:29
It be interesting to see what it goes for I think this is more a case of hope and see

Marco
24-12-2008, 19:11
Total and utter madness! You'd need to be a lunatic to buy stuff like that :mental:

No doubt some dafty will part with his or her 'hard-earned' and the seller will have a very Merry Christmas! ;)

Marco.

Beechwoods
24-12-2008, 19:25
Come on guys, it does come with a free stain on the NOS box :lol:

Sand Dancin Donkey Walker
24-12-2008, 20:02
Hi All


You can get them here;


http://www.topclassaudio.com/web/eng/used_product.jsp?gid=709&page=11&type=All


Have used this company indirectly before and they are good to deal with. They seem to have some nice Denon TT's and various tonearms.


Andy - SDDW

Marco
24-12-2008, 20:06
Come on guys, it does come with a free stain on the NOS box :lol:

Yes, and one wonders where this "stain" originates from... :eyebrows:

Marco.

Beechwoods
24-12-2008, 20:39
One wonders if the person who discovered this NOS goldmine could contain their excitement... http://homepage.mac.com/beechwoods/AOS/emoticon-0127-lipssealed.gif

StanleyB
24-12-2008, 21:20
Total and utter madness! You'd need to be a lunatic to buy stuff like that :mental:
:steam:. I got one of those on my TT and I'll be round with the axe soon...

Marco
24-12-2008, 21:29
Aye, but I bet you didn't pay 1000 for it!! :eyebrows:

Marco.

Mike
24-12-2008, 21:30
Total and utter madness! You'd need to be a lunatic to buy stuff like that :mental:

No doubt some dafty will part with his or her 'hard-earned' and the seller will have a very Merry Christmas! ;)

Marco.

Oi.... I've seen something very similar at your gaffe! ;)

I think...

Marco
24-12-2008, 21:32
...on loan from Guy S, and available at nothing like that price ;)

However, I didn't bother in the end, so it's gone back to him.

Marco.

StanleyB
24-12-2008, 21:33
The was still real money when I bought mine:).

Marco
24-12-2008, 21:42
Undoubtedly it's effective - probably the best mat I've used, sonically, but I was a bit worried about the considerable weight added to the motor mechanism and the possible wear and tear this may have caused.

It was probably undue concern, but that's just me :)

Marco.

StanleyB
24-12-2008, 22:12
I use mine to keep the rubber mat under it in clean condition. I take it off when I play music. I guess I should get a customized dust cover instead:scratch:.

Beechwoods
24-12-2008, 22:17
It's a no-brainer, get a cheapo dustcover - sell the Micro Seiki mat, and pocket the change from a sweet 1k eBay BIN deal :lol:

StanleyB
24-12-2008, 22:22
eBay prices are going silly. Only a week or two ago a Technics EPA-501H tone arm went for 390. I am still debating if to put mine up for sale. It's no use having so many arms..

Marco
24-12-2008, 22:31
I use mine to keep the rubber mat under it in clean condition. I take it off when I play music. I guess I should get a customized dust cover instead:scratch:.

Have you ever tried using it properly as a mat - if so, what were your impressions? :)

Marco.

Dave Cawley
24-12-2008, 23:23
The clone is here www.SP-10MKII.com

Dave