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Wanted Technics SL-1200 MK2 Turn Table

Castle Knight 2 Speakers
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sajjad4joy

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Hi,

Looking for Technics SL-1200 / 1210 MK2 Turn table. The Product should be in good condition. Price flexible as per condition of TT.

Thanks,
Sajjad.
 

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Our FM Ravi_d had one for sale sometime back. Check with him if he still has it.
 

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Why are you venturing into it.......? Do not waste your time and efforts on this.. Everything is available in digital format with analog sound which an LP can produce.


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Why are you venturing into it.......? Do not waste your time and efforts on this.. Everything is available in digital format with analog sound which an LP can produce.


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Why would you want to say that. Thats a very strong thing to say "Waste you time and efforts". This can be comprehended in a very different way. This is not just about Digital and Analog sound my friend and if it was again highly debatable.

I do not think many of us on this forum and across the world think of this passion or hobby as a waste of time and efforts.

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I was born in the cassette era and started with that. By 2000, I had completely moved to CDs. By 2010, I had completely moved to Lossless files. By 2015, I have (almost) completely moved to Hi-Res (24/88 or higher) AND Vinyl. And, I have still not decided which amongst the hi-res and vinyl will I stay with. Maybe they will co-exist. I sold my mid-budget DAC to upgrade to a high-end one but I feel no hurry to do so because the half-decent Vinyl source (mid-fi at best) is keeping me more than satisfied in the enjoyment of music, that instead of putting the money into the upgrade for now, I went ahead and picked a lot of 100 very good condition LPs!!

So by all means try to venture into it and don't let anyone else tell you that it is a waste. You never know what you might end up enjoying!
 

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I personally know Sajaad, so for sure i can tell it is waste of time....And I have heard and seen enough senior members here switched over to the convenience of format and enjoy the sound produced by the digital format later agreed it sounds very closely to LP sound.

All at the end hearing good music without much efforts hearing some other stories and plight of members involved on using LP's.;)


Why would you want to say that. Thats a very strong thing to say "Waste you time and efforts". This can be comprehended in a very different way. This is not just about Digital and Analog sound my friend and if it was again highly debatable.

I do not think many of us on this forum and across the world think of this passion or hobby as a waste of time and efforts.

Cheers...
 

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I've been to Sohail's(Record Player)place and listened to a few records on his 1200s. Absolutely astounding sonic experience. I can see why he is getting defensive :)
 
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All at the end hearing good music without much efforts hearing some other stories and plight of members involved on using LP's.;)

There are people ( arguably more ?? ) in a sorry plight using digital audio too.. :)
they worry about USB cables and stuff... some of them even coil cables to get better sound :lol:

but ... to each his / her own..

Sometimes the journey is more interesting than the destination itself and that needs to be kept in mind.

regards
 

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It is my personal opinion but there is nothing which can beat vinyl. Secondly, for Bollywood and Hindustani classical music, there are many LPs which have been reproduced on CDs......just my 2 cents.
 

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It is my personal opinion but there is nothing which can beat vinyl. Secondly, for Bollywood and Hindustani classical music, there are many LPs which have been reproduced on CDs......just my 2 cents.

I mean there are many LPs which have NOT been reproduced on CDs
 

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Thread going OT and we do not want another digital vs analog war here.
We all know where it ends.
If any FM is willing to sell their turntable, please PM the OP.
 
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