View Full Version : Pulley for Heybrook TT1

13-06-2009, 10:55
One of my friends has lost the pulley on the TT1accidentally, where can he find one? What is the size of the Pulley and can he use a Linn pulley instead?

pure sound
13-06-2009, 13:40
I have some of the double 'crown' TT2 pulley for the 'manual' 50 Hz version.

The diameter of the 33.3rpm crown is about 17mm. I believe the Linn pulley is 21mm because the Linn inner hub is a larger diameter and both used the same 250 rpm motor.

13-06-2009, 14:36
Thank you for the reply and I'll tell my friend the info.


29-06-2009, 15:23
Just looked at the heading for this thread with some puzzlement. Heybrook TT1? As far as I know, there never was such a thing. The first (and as for as I know the only) turntable Heybrook produced was the TT2, so called because a) the first Heybrook speaker was the HB2, so it got to be a habit, and b) TT2 sounded better than TT1. If you really do have a Heybrook TT1, I'd really like to see some pics and a description.

PS, if it turns out to be a TT2, I've probably got a spare pulley somewhere.