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Looking for a suitable RCA cables for my suspended Thorens TD160 Super and SME 3009 series III arm, where the interconnect won't't interfere with the "bounce" of the table.
Budget: Can't pay stupid prices. (Would love 2nd hand)
Item: Linn Sondek LP12 / Valhalla / SME 3009 S2 Improved / Shure V15 Type III with original Shure stylus
Location: Chisholm NSW 2322
Item Condition: Excellent
Reason for selling: Not getting much use as I have other turntables
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, Bank deposit
Extra Info: Time to move this beauty on as it's not getting much use, but I have this niggly feeling I will regret selling this! Lovely condition, recently serviced. Has a new damped base but will supply the original one as well if wanted. From memory, the stylus is an original from Shure and I still have the box it came in. The SME arm is in perfect condition and comes with the original box also. Lid is shiny, has no cracks or scratches and the hinges are perfect.
The platter bearing is perfect and there is no platter wobble. You won't find a better one in this model.
The Valhalla power supply is in as-new condition, working perfectly with no signs of overheating that your normally see with these boards.
I would prefer pick up, but can ship it competently for the cost of shipping and materials. (Approx $50)
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I'm thinking of replacing my VPI TNT with a final turntable to see me into the foreseeable future.
The TNT (upgraded series one with integrated motor/flywheel, ball suspension pods and series 5 bearing) has a Graham Phantom II with a SME base and my new table would be something to exploit that tonearm.
I've decided to limit my spending to ~$10K, which will hopefully ensure a reasonable upgrade over the TNT.
Anyway, the SME15 appeals to me from practicality and build quality standpoints. The reviews seem very positive about SQ too.
Many SME owners seem to love their tables, but there is a portion of vinyl enthusiasts who describe SME as detached and un-emotional - CD like, perhaps.
I am seeking a neutral platform to hear what's on my records, not a stylised sound - but of course I want it to be enjoyable.
Apparently there are a few SME 15's in the wild and I was hoping owners would chip in with their longer term impressions. Still loving it?
Actually any SME impressions would be useful - or if you switched from SME and why.
Item: SME Tonearm Stainless Steel Armboard for Technics SL 1200 MK2 G 1210 1200G 1200GAE
Location: SYDNEY West 2190
Item Condition: As new
Reason for selling: NLR
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal, COD Only
Extra Info: I have a SME Tonearm Stainless Steel Armboard for Technics SL 1200 MK2 G 1210 1200G 1200GAE for sale, it works well and very easy to install. I bought it from eBay, shipped from Greece, made to very high quality.
Local pick up welcome.
Please send PM if you have any question, happy to answer what I know.
Item: Garrard Turntable Fully Auto Model Synchro-Lab 65 B
Location: Sydney 2127
Item Condition: Used (Vintage)
Reason for selling: Upgrade
Payment Method: Pickup - Cash, Paypal +3%, COD Only
Extra Info:Bloody good machine for the age, it does what it's supposed to do very well and is most comfortable with older vinyl.....not sure what the cartridge is but I suspect it could be a Shure. The only reason I'm selling is because I have upgraded most of my Stereo gear and the package needed new TT.
For obvious reasons this is a PICK UP only sale.