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Started by Greg G., January 22, 2019, 01:47:37 PM
Quote from: Brinybay on January 22, 2019, 01:47:37 PMMy questions:1. How do you get into the cabinet of the speaker box to inspect the speakers? There are no screws of any kind that I can see.2. How are they hooked up? What do I need? I can probably guess at it since I had the turntable hooked up to my computer's speaker system at one point, but it's been a long while, and would probably be a lot easier doing it correctly the first time instead of the by guess and by golly method.3. If they're in working order, I plan to sell them with the turntable. I know what to price the turntable at, but not the speakers.
Quote from: FABphones on January 22, 2019, 04:17:33 PMFrom memory:The fabric on the front is stretched taut over a frame. The frame pushes into place (but could be Velcro),
Quote from: jsowers on January 23, 2019, 09:27:26 PMBriny, do whoever buys your turntable a favor and let them know it has a stylus for 78s installed and what type of cartridge it is. They would need to get a different one for 33s and 45s if that's what they were planning to play. You picked an excellent turntable for that purpose and you might want to put that in the ad, that you used it for digitizing 78s because some people are looking for that combination. Not every turntable plays 78s.I used my cheapo Panasonic turntable and receiver I got in the 7th grade to record my 78s and it worked beautifully. I found that if I plugged a Y-adapter into the record out jacks that it would change from stereo to mono and the surface noise of the record would cancel out, making a great recording.