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  1. Item: Alienware Laptop 17 R2 GTX980M with remaining warranty until 2 June 2018 Location: Melbourne/NOBLE PARK NORTH Price: $1500 Item Condition: Used some minor marks Reason for selling: upgrading Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Extra Info: Top of the line last generation GTX980M gaming laptop with Quad core i7 4720HQ processor 16GB RAM 2 hard drive (256GB SSD + 1TB HDD). Got some usage marks but nothing major with almost 1 year transferable warranty Full Spec Computer Model Alienware 17 R2 BIOS Vendor Alienware BIOS Version A06 BIOS Date 24/07/2015 OS Version Microsoft Windows 10 Processor Manufacturer Intel(R) Core(TM) i7-4720HQ CPU @ 2.60GHz Clock Speed 2.6Ghz L2 Cache Size 256 Memory Available Memory 57.65 % Page File Size 18,701.4MB Available Page File 98.97 % Virtual Memory 18,701.4MB Available Virtual Memory 45.54 % JDIMM1 8,192.0MB JDIMM2 8,192.0MB Network controller Adaptor Bluetooth Device (RFCOMM Protocol TDI) Adaptor Bluetooth Device (Personal Area Network) Adaptor Killer e2200 Gigabit Ethernet Controller Hardware Type Description DVD/CD-ROM Drives Disk Drives TOSHIBA MQ01ABD100 SAMSUNG SSD PM851 M.2 2280 256GB Display Adapters NVIDIA GeForce GTX 980M Intel(R) HD Graphics 4600 IDE ATA/ATAPI Controllers Keyboards,Mice & Pointing Devices USB Input Device Touchpad Monitors Default Monitor Generic PnP Monitor Sound Devices USB Audio Device Sound Blaster Recon3Di NVIDIA Virtual Audio Device (Wave Extensible) (WDM) USB Controllers Intel(R) USB 3.0 eXtensible Host Controller - 1.0 (Microsoft) Intel(R) 8 Series/C220 Series USB EHCI #2 - 8C2D Intel(R) 8 Series/C220 Series USB EHCI #1 - 8C26 Pictures:
  2. Well tempered classic

    If would take a considerable amount of force to warp an acrylic that thick so doubt it. Also if it's warped it would still wobble if I tension the belt by putting the motor far away. Which it doesn't wobble if I do that. I still think it's the belt we'll see how the replacement goes
  3. My favourite 12au7 is RCA clear top
  4. Well tempered classic

    Might contact them and ask the cost
  5. Well tempered classic

    Emptied the bearing well and checked the 5 bearing points looks good. Also took a video of the platter wobble. Was trying to find 5w oil on the way back home but couldn't find any. But my gut feel is still the belt. Here's the video https://ufile.io/qxu53
  6. Considering how much the EAR cost it's a bit disappointing
  7. Well tempered classic

    Here's some pics of the spindle and platter without belt attached
  8. Well tempered classic

    Well it's will sit flat with no belt like yours but when the platter is spinning (by the motor) I just notice it today because I put it in the rack so the platter is on my eye level. It actually wobble to the right when spinning, back and forth from my experiment moving the motor around it seems the belt doesn't have enough tension to hold the platter still. That's why on the picture if I put the motor further away thus tensioning the belt more then the platter became stable while spinning. The Grub location sounds about right but how do you adjust the screw? do you take of the bearing housing? But I think as it stand pretty sure the spindle can stand in the hole perfectly without the platter. It's the same at 8/11 o clock spindle also perfectly flat with platter on and without the belt put on so it looks all good stationary. My feeling keeps points to belt tension considering the platter is stable when I put the motor further away. which ebay store did you get your belt from? Thanks a lot for all the info
  9. Well tempered classic

    Yeah I stretch it to get platter stability. Looks like actually I used 15w-40 oil and the recommendation seems to be 5w. What kind of oil do you use? Might try different oil. Mind taking pictures of the twist?
  10. As far as know cornet 3 is the same with cornet 2 except for the power stage. It uses a DC power plug to save money. But considering how much cornet 2 kit used to cost. Around$1200 USD unbuilt if I'm not mistaken(without enclosure). Cornet 3 plus a good power supply can be had for $1100 Aussie which makes it pretty good value
  11. Well tempered classic

    @TOPSHELF how's your belt tension? It appears to be really important because of how the bearing is designed to have the right tension to keep the platter from wobbling. Mine is supposed to be newly replaced but doesn't seem to have enough tension. I have to distance the motor from the table quite a bit like this photo to get the right tension. I use 40w motor oil for the bearing well and the level is just enough to cover the top plastic bearing point.
  12. mind you that cornet 3 compared was using a teddy pardo power supply costing as much as the cornet 3 itself
  13. Opera Consonance

    What price range model are you looking at though?
  14. Opera Consonance

    Don't know about their turntable but well Tempered Amadeus is made in china by them. So manufacturing wise they know what they're doing
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