Stir it up: House of Marley sustainable (?) turntable

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Re: Stir it up: House of Marley sustainable (?) turntable

Post by BMRR » 22 Oct 2017 02:17

That's my philosophy as well, Kent.

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Re: Stir it up: House of Marley sustainable (?) turntable

Post by jimimck » 22 Oct 2017 04:04

Alec124c41 wrote:Yes, inconsistent speed is very noticeable. Proper and constant speed is the first duty of a turntable. Even micro-variations ruin the music. I almost trashed my old Rega because the plastic sub-platter had developed an uneven surface, but a replacement metal sub-platter saved it.

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Alec

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Re: Stir it up: House of Marley sustainable (?) turntable

Post by jimimck » 26 Oct 2017 04:22

Just an updated to those who took the time to provide some advice to me earlier: I ended up passing on the Marley TT. Too many negative reviews and posts indicating the quality just wasn't any good.

Ended up going with the Audio Technica LP120. Picking it up tomorrow. Hope it's worth the extra molah.

Cheers