I have a couple of Beogram 3000s which are similar as far as I can tell. They have no phono stage.
One I have owned since new and it is in the middle of a motor transplant surgery.
The other works but has no dust cover. I had loaned it to a friend for many years. The motor is fairly funky. It requires about a 15 minute warm-up to get to speed.
The one which I have owned since new I want to keep, but we can talk of the other one. I have a few motors and I can pick through and include the best one. The machine which I am keeping is getting a brush-less DC motor. I think It's OEM motor is the least funky of the bunch. By the way all of my OEM motors are 120 Volts 60 Hz.
ferrari458spider wrote:Hi there,
Do either of you gentlemen still have a beogram 1203 that you want to sell?
If so, would you please let me know price/conditon/details etc?