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Item: Budget turntable (modern preferred or good working order vintage)
Price Range: 100$ - 300$
Item Condition:  Used
Extra Info: looking to buy a beginner  budget turntable preferably from brands Rega (Planar 1) , Project (Essential, Debut),  Technics etc

I am in Perth (6060)

 

 

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Hey Niraj, 

I have an old rotel that might be of interest. Will PM you photos and details. thanks.

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12 minutes ago, thejt said:

Hey Niraj, 

I have an old rotel that might be of interest. Will PM you photos and details. thanks.

Thank you 

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