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Drunk on the Linn kool aid - a dilemma!

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Don't know if it is still available but Geoff at Aurealis Audio @gmdb on SNA was selling a Audio Origami PU7 which would be pretty good on an LP12 I'd think. 

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@rodders3 See if you can get hold of an Ittok in good nick. Maybe a grand. Or the PU7.

Have no experience with this arm on Linn suspension. @MrRogers Should know☺️

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That looks like a very nice arm @tesla13BMW and @Wimbo. Looks are important in the package to me and that arm just shows a little too much wear although I appreciate it is mechanically A1.

 

Going to increase budget to $3 k. and see if that tempts anyone to part with a good suitable arm.

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2 hours ago, rodders3 said:

That looks like a very nice arm @tesla13BMW and @Wimbo. Looks are important in the package to me and that arm just shows a little too much wear although I appreciate it is mechanically A1.

 

Going to increase budget to $3 k. and see if that tempts anyone to part with a good suitable arm.

 

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Hey congrats 

if you’ve got the original lid and your upgrading to a clear I will buy it if it’s not broken

Regards

The Vulture

 

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2 hours ago, EddieT said:

Hey congrats 

if you’ve got the original lid and your upgrading to a clear I will buy it if it’s not broken

Regards

The Vulture

 

Hi @EddieT. Sorry mate, have a clear only that I'm keeping. Interested in your other post changing springs etc. As a heads up there is advice online from England and even a website with original manual telling how performed.

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On 10/12/2018 at 10:37 AM, rodders3 said:

Hi @EddieT. Sorry mate, have a clear only that I'm keeping. Interested in your other post changing springs etc. As a heads up there is advice online from England and even a website with original manual telling how performed.

Do you have the web address?  I’m at the stage where I’m thinking about chopping an old milk crate for a jig!

it looks so simple that I can’t justify taking to a specialist and the parts are readily available  

Really I’d just be happy to be reassured that it’s totally ok to turn these upside down, once the platters are removed and a stopper put in the centre shaft.  I saw a guy on YouTube do that but he was reoairing some electronics not a suspension upgrade,

thsnks 🌲

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On 10/12/2018 at 10:37 AM, rodders3 said:

Hi @EddieT. Sorry mate, have a clear only that I'm keeping. Interested in your other post changing springs etc. As a heads up there is advice online from England and even a website with original manual telling how performed.

Thsnks anyway.  I was thinking about going clear and drilling a holke for the prop.  I know it’s not necessary and even detrimental to sonics etc but I like the look 👀 

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