Fully Automatic Changer Turntable
The 912C has all the features and performance of the 912, plus the ability to play a selection of records automatically.
The records are handled with the exclusive BIC programmer which allows the user to select the number of records and "program" them in.
instruction/owners manual (en) - edagger74
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BIC Belt Drive Turntables
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Submitted by edagger74
This TT is no sleeper turntable. It is a good example of American know-how. These TTs were made for the working man to compete with higher end turntables and they are without a doubt great belt drive TTs. Im not too fond of mounting a cart on the tone arm, but when you get it mounted and aligned, then you have a great souding turntable. This is the model that allows you to stack 6 albums with the record changing spindle. It also allows a single record to be played as well. It is programable up to 6 records and has an automatic play feature. It also has a pitch control with a strobe light for setting the correct speed. Overall, a great vintage TT for anyone that likes the older design turntables.