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  1. Hi there, I've not experienced hearing an LP12, however I'm reliably informed that the 401 is a superior unit. I've just weighed it and it's 12.5kg all up. Cheers, Richard
  2. Further information: Several SNA forum members have kindly informed me that this is one of the early "flush strobe" 401's, with a stronger die-cast chassis (as opposed to the later, pressed ones). Thanks to all of the guys that have unconditionally offered me some great advice, gained through a shared passion and many years of experience. I've put as many photos as I could into a folder on Google Drive (link is below). Condition as per photos. Some marks to the plinth Comes with its' original Garrard instruction manual Video shows playi
  3. Further information: Several SNA forum members have kindly informed me that this is one of the early "flush strobe" 401's, with a stronger die-cast chassis (as opposed to the later, pressed ones). Thanks to all of the guys that have unconditionally offered me some great advice, gained through a shared passion and many years of experience. I've put as many photos as I could into a folder on Google Drive (link is below). Condition as per photos. Some marks to the plinth Comes with its' original Garrard instruction manual Video shows playi
  4. Further information: Several SNA forum members have kindly informed me that this is one of the early "flush strobe" 401's, with a stronger die-cast chassis (as opposed to the later, pressed ones). Thanks to all of the guys that have unconditionally offered me some great advice, gained through a shared passion and many years of experience. I've put as many photos as I could into a folder on Google Drive (link is below). Condition as per photos. Some marks to the plinth Comes with its' original Garrard instruction manual Video shows playi
  5. Hi mate, There's a video in the Google Drive folder showing it playing at 33rpm. I'll send you a PM so that you can ask me any specific questions which I'll do my level best to answer Cheers, Rich
  6. Further information: Several SNA forum members have kindly informed me that this is one of the early "flush strobe" 401's, with a stronger die-cast chassis (as opposed to the later, pressed ones). Thanks to all of the guys that have unconditionally offered me some great advice, gained through a shared passion and many years of experience. I've put as many photos as I could into a folder on Google Drive (link is below). Condition as per photos. Some marks to the plinth Comes with its' original Garrard instruction manual Video shows playi
  7. Further information: Serial number (A302)07090 Condition as per photos Videos show playing and fast forward. Rewinds fine too. Counter resets to 000 All lights up as it should Eject button doesn't work (apparently a pretty common issue) Original sales receipt from 22/8/1987 Full service receipt and paperwork from Nakamichi Australia from 18/1/1994 Been in (dry and cool) storage for 15 years. LINK TO GOOGLE DRIVE FOLDER: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1OQyx86iqM9qyO0iqAOc9dNVfU22mCOQH?usp=sharing Photos:
  8. Further information: Several SNA forum members have kindly informed me that this is one of the early "flush strobe" 401's, with a stronger die-cast chassis (as opposed to the later, pressed ones). Thanks to all of the guys that have unconditionally offered me some great advice, gained through a shared passion and many years of experience. I've put as many photos as I could into a folder on Google Drive (link is below). Condition as per photos. Some marks to the plinth Comes with its' original Garrard instruction manual Video shows playi
  9. Further information: Serial number (A302)07090 Condition as per photos Videos show playing and fast forward. Rewinds fine too. Counter resets to 000 All lights up as it should Eject button doesn't work (apparently a pretty common issue) Original sales receipt from 22/8/1987 Full service receipt and paperwork from Nakamichi Australia from 18/1/1994 Been in (dry and cool) storage for 15 years. LINK TO GOOGLE DRIVE FOLDER: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1OQyx86iqM9qyO0iqAOc9dNVfU22mCOQH?usp=sharing Photos:
  10. Further information: Several SNA forum members have kindly informed me that this is one of the early "flush strobe" 401's, with a stronger die-cast chassis (as opposed to the later, pressed ones). Thanks to all of the guys that have unconditionally offered me some great advice, gained through a shared passion and many years of experience. I've put as many photos as I could into a folder on Google Drive (link is below). Condition as per photos. Some marks to the plinth Comes with its' original Garrard instruction manual Video shows playi
  11. not for long mate - I'm drafting the classified listings over the weekend
  12. I've just updated the Garrard/SME image folder, after some great feedback from several SNA members: the underside of the 401, showing the wiring/etc the SME 3009 after a very quick and light rub with some ISP propyl alcohol - earlier photos showed it had some marks, but they come off I'll be listing it very soon.
  13. thanks mate. Works with the Garrard 401 - not so well for the Nakamichi or the TEAC
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