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I'm looking to complete my dad's hifi system so he can once again enjoy his extensive record collection. He's been without a turntable for the best part of 20 years but his medical state means he is fairly housebound now and music is a large part of his recreation these days. His system is by no means spectacular but the 90's Jamo Concerts, Denon PMA-720ae, TU-1500 (thanks for the advice everyone!) and DCD-520ae are a lively combination that are definitely a step up from your average department store bookshelf scenario. My question is this: What would be a suitable turntable in the entry/$500(ish) range that would be easy enough to use and sound reasonable? My current thinking is something along the lines of: Rega Planar 1 Pro-ject Essentials III Denon DP-300F His collection is basically 99% LPs so changing speed is not really a big deal. Stylistically it's primarily Classical with a handfull of hot jazz and folk. Any suggestions welcome.
Further information: Beautiful Vintage Sansui AU-101 amplifier in perfect working order. Recently serviced with all pots cleaned. Selling due to house move and need to clear the decks. Pick up in inner north melbourne or delivery at buyers cost via sendle or other courier. Thanks Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
Item: Kiseki NS Blue Moving Coil Cartridge Location:Melbourne Price: $1500 (RRP $3000) Item Condition: Used, Perfect condition, about 30 albums Reason for selling: upgraded Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, direct deposit Extra Info: I've had this on my secondary deck for about six months, that's why its low on hours. Not even properly run-in I'm selling it because I got the opportunity to get a factory rebuilt Ortofon Jubilee. Forced upgrades, what can you do? Its a thing of beauty and one of the fastest sounding carts I've came across, at any price. My favorite bit of Kiseki trivia- the diamond is polished using a human hair. SPECIFICATIONS Body: Aluminum alloy, 25mm long Cantilever: Solid Boron Rod: 0.28 mm diameter Stylus: 0,12 x 0,12 Nude line-contact diamond, mirror polished Stylus tip radius: 5 x 120 µm Vertical Tracking Angle (VTA): 20 degrees Coilbody: pure iron Weight: 8 grams Output voltage: 0.44 mV at 5 cm/s Internal impedance: 40 ohms Frequency response: 20 – 25.000 Hz ± 1 dB Channel balance: 0.4 dB Channel Separation: 35 dB at 1 kHz Tracking ability at 315 Hz at a tracking force of 2.4 grams: 80 µm Dynamic Compliance: 16 µm/mN Photos: Advertisements without photos of the actual item will not be approved.
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