You're right, Ellis. It's the CVS-16, not 14. And I see the not-great wow
and flutter spec. I haven't noticed that because I use it only for 78's.
Looking at the wow and flutter specs for the Technics SL-1600, it says it
is .025 (the SL-1200 is .01). Other than this, I wonder why the SL-1200
models are so preferred over the SL-1600 models?
On Thu, Jul 25, 2013 at 4:21 AM, Milan P. Milovanovic <
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> Dear David,
> just to put some correction here: there are no such thing as Technics "DJ
> model" turntable. If it is talk about SL-1200 it is model fully developed
> as part of their Hi-Fi program, and later accepted by DJ community because
> of its solid, almost indestructible built.
> Best wishes,
> ----- Original Message ----- From: "David Seubert" <
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> If you can locate a Technics SL1015 R&B (Radio and Broadcast) you might
>> consider that as a step up from the Technics DJ models. We bought a used
>> one last year for a little over $1000. It's three speed and pitch is
>> adjustable in .1% increments.
>> I had unlimited money, I'd buy an EMT 950.
>> David Seubert
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>> [mailto:[log in to unmask]**GOV <[log in to unmask]>] On
>> Behalf Of Tom Diamant
>> Sent: Wednesday, July 24, 2013 10:54 AM
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>> Subject: [ARSCLIST] Turntable Recommendation ?
>> The three speed turntable of the Arhoolie Foundation has died and I don't
>> know if it's repairable. We're looking for a good replacement.
>> Here's what we need.
>> 1. Three speed
>> 2. Variable pitch
>> 3. Sturdy (we use it every day, all day long) 4. good specs (low rumble,
>> low wow & flutter) 5. Although we have yet to have a use for a turntable
>> that can play 16 inch transcriptions, it perhaps might be something we
>> would look at.
>> 6. Not insanely expensive!
>> I'm sure many of you know more about this than I do, so any recommendation
>> would be appreciated.
>> Tom Diamant
>> Arhoolie foundation