I agree, Tom,
I've had a Technics turntable since the mid-1970s. I still have the
original SL-1100A in its original box. I have an SL-1200 MKII in the
studio and two SP-10 three-speed (don't recall which version) turntables
without base or arm in storage. I also have a Dual 1219 which I bought
in 1970, in its original box.
I don't play records much these days, but the SL1200 does fine for me.
The odd 78 gets played at a slower speed and upconverted in the PC. I do
have a conical 2.7 mil stylus, but anything serious--especially 78s--I
refer to others.
On 2011-01-20 9:55 AM, Tom Fine wrote:
> Every time Matsushita abandons a consumer electronics category, it's
> bad for consumers.
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