jaymanaa wrote:First of all, thank you all for very kindly for allowing me to post on your site. I have recently acquires a Transcriptor Skeleton (i think) turntable that is a basket case. It appears that someone took it apart and was never able to reassemble it. I am looking for a transcriptor guru or at least soemone who can get it back together properly. I think I have found an NOS arm. I would gladly pay for their time, or build them a custom tube amp, which is what I do. If this is in the wrong forum excuse me, and maybe a mod could move it. Thank you all folidtening, Jay
SimonFraser wrote:If anyone here is interested in a Transcriptor Skeleton, I have one in my basement. It was last tested 15 years ago and it worked ( the motor is 240V ), but it need a lot of love to get it back to good condition again. There is a cap missing from one of the damper legs , but otherwise it's 100% original with the original arm, though the base/support for the arm is much smaller than the one I've seen on the standard model. That makes me thing that it might be a very old one.
Let me know if anyone is interested in this . I need to get rid of it and I'd be happy if it went to a good home.
I should point out that though I'm a Brit, I live in New York.