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Hey peeps, Does anyone know if I can connect my Traveler turntable to a Speedbox SE? I believe I have the AC motor Traveler (no walwart). I cannot find any info of how many watts the motor needs, the Speedbox outputs 3w. Also, the Speedbox output power socket has two sockets, it does not have the earth/ground socket. Will this be an issue?
Item: Project SpeedBox DS in black, a great low cost upgrade for many TTs Location: Randwick nsw Price: $100 plus shipping Item Condition: Good, had very little use, I bought it for my music hall tt , but it was incompatible. Reason for selling: NLR, sat in draw but now clearing out stuff Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Bank dep Extra Info: comes with all packaging and instructions, cables, etc. Pictures:
Item: Project 1Xpression turntable, Speedbox Mk II speed controller. Turntable bought new 2004, speedbox bought new 2008(?) Location: Brisbane Price: $250 - SOLD Item Condition: Plenty of use, no abuse. Turntable lid has the usual marks. Paint has been worn off the plinth where the front corners of the lid touch it when the lid is closed. Three very small marks to the paint on the platter (see photo). Speedbox is pretty much immaculate. Reason for selling: Upgraded Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only Extra Info: This is a great starter turntable. I've got a lot of pleasure out of this table over the years, and will be sorry to see it go but better it gets appreciated by somebody else than gather dust. This is the first version of the Project 1Xpression, which was an upgraded version of the Project 1.2. The carbon fibre arm is fully adjustable (inc. VTA, Azimuth etc) unlike some of the other Project arms. I upgraded this with a Speedbox II controller, which improves the sound considerably (and makes life easier for lazy people like me who don't like moving the belt manually to change speeds). Also includes optional heavier counterweight (cost me $60 I think), so you have both the light and the heavy weight, meaning you can use pretty much any cartridge you like. I was using a Benz cartridge in recent times. It currently has its original Ortofon OMB10 cartridge reinstalled. I am happy to leave this installed for no extra cost, however it will probably need a new stylus (can't remember how many hours it would have had on it, but I certainly used it for quite a while before swapping it out). If not needed, I'll have it back to use on another table I rescued from an unloving home. I'll chuck in an Ortofon alignment template. I bought this when I still lived in England, so the power adaptor is a UK one. I will include an Australian adaptor. Still have the instruction manual, however while I do still possess the box, it got water damaged when stored in my shed (the box was empty when that happened, just to clarify - the turntable was inside the house, busy playing records!), so while you are welcome to it if you want it (still has the packing foam etc), I will not post this one. Pictures: