BUY this table for $50. This is what I use for 78's, and recommend it. This table usually sells for much more, make a move.
drfosters wrote:Thanks Jake for the info .
Coffee Phil in answer to your questions,
I'm comfortable working with anything that I know how to do I don't know analog electronics, but if it would be easy fix then I could learn... What kind of work are we talking about?
In regards to the cartridges I plan on putting on a Stanton 500 leaving it at that, and just switching needles, so I don't think that would be too much of an issue.
Do you guys still think this is a good idea for me?
drfosters wrote:Thanks Coffee Phil!
Well that's pretty easy...but the issue is that the turntable listed does not play at 78 rpm , I have just confirmed that with the seller.
Oh well... now for some other suggestions?