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FS: Brinkmann Bardo Direct Drive TT - EOFY SALE

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Item: Brinkmann Bardo Direct Drive TT Performance Edition
Location: Melbourne
Price: $10,000 RRP, $7500 EOFY SALE
Item Condition: As new but ex-display
Payment Method: Cash, Paypal, Bank Transfer
Extra Info: This is the Performance edition of the Brinkmann Bardo with the upgraded power supply. Turntable only, without arm and cart. Various arms and carts are also available, please PM for package deal.
Pictures:

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Thanks for posting

 

Does it come with an arm board and what is it suitable for

 

can you show actual unit rather than advert photo :)

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Hi Calax,

 

Yes, it comes with an arm board that previously had a Jelco 750E mounted (as shown in the photo).

 

The photo shown was actually taken in our studio and is of the same unit :)

 

The cart shown in the pic is an Acoustical Systems Archon and the headshell is also by Acoustical Systems, called the Arche:

 

https://www.arche-headshell.de/cartridges/archon-momc/

 

https://www.arche-headshell.de/accessoires/arché-5d-headshell/

 

Cheers,

 

Stuart

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