thank you for your suggestion, but I am afraid that shipping costs to Italy
would be quite high... that's why I was inquiring about European turntables.
On the other hand, if you look at the BST they DO look remarkably similar to
Numark, don't you think?
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From: "Rod Stephens" <[log in to unmask]>
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Sent: Saturday, July 02, 2005 7:23 PM
Subject: Re: [ARSCLIST] BST turntables for 78
> The Numark PT01- 3 speed turntable for about $100 American sounds like
> the perfect unit in that it is battery powered, so it can used
> anywhere. It also has audio outputs as well as a headphone jack and a
> built in speaker for direct listening. A number for vendors here in the
> U.S. sell it.
> Here are two:
> Rod Stephens
> Family Theater Productions
> Francesco Martinelli wrote:
>> I'd like to get together an "on site" listening setup for 78, maybe
>> also for
>> some quick transfer to digital via laptop and Edirol UA 25. (I work in
>> Istanbul part of the time). I see these discontinued BST turntables
>> (PR 100)
>> for less than 100 Euros, does any of our European colleagues have any
>> experience with them? My first choice would be a Rega 78, but there's no
>> speed adjustment...
>> Francesco Martinelli
>> c/o Centro Studi Arrigo Polillo
>> Associazione Siena jazz
>> Fortezza Medicea, 10
>> 53100 Siena - Italy