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boshk's picture
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vintage turntables keeps their price

Just saw a used Denon Dp-60M, no cart, no S-arm, and the price is more than most modern entry level turntables.

Beautiful deck though. its not the picture one.

RA-1570, Audioquest flx-slip 14/4, Sony XB930 CDP, Pro-ject Debut Carbon DC (2m red)

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yeah, but they're good.

i paid around a hundred quid for my 1970's rotel turntable. it was in pretty bad shape, filthy and unloved. i've given it a hill-billy tune-up/facelift, and it sounds superb.

if my sony deck had sounded this good in the 1980's, i would have probably bought a lot more vinyl.


Marantz TT15S1. Leema Pulse. Moon Equinox. Focal Chorus 826V. Nagaoka TS12. Clearaudio Virtuoso. Musical Fidelity MF100. 

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The performance of a fully

The performance of a fully working one would be higher than all modern entry level turntables.

Yes, they are beautiful, aren't they?

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Many tables from the 70s nd

Many tables from the 70s nd 80s seem to sell for more than their original price.  Pioner PL12Ds were about forty quid but often go for a hundred.

These battleship models are great though, aren't they?!


Krell CD and amp, Michell/Rega/Grado record player, Hitachi and Sony tuners, Nakamichi cassette, SBT streamer, Sonus faber spkrs.  Sony and Samsung BDP & TVs. Qobuz > iPad > AudioPro Allroom Air One

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