SOLD - FOR SALE: Technics SL-1100A Turntable with Audio Technica Tonearm
Item #649383484Info: Technics SL-1100A Turntable with Audio Technica Tonearm
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||45.72cm x 60.96cm x 30.48cm
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Oct 06, 17 9:26am (PST)
Edited: Oct 09, 17 2:33pm
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I'm selling my last piece of audio equipment. It's a Technics SL-1100A turntable mounted with an Audio Technica AT-1009 tonearm.
I'm including a Hiraoka DISK-SE 22 heavy turntable mat, a Supex STD-77 pick-up transformer (for moving coil cartridges), an Onkyo MC-100 moving coil cartridge, a GAS moving coil cartridge (both mounted on Audio Technica head shells), and a handmade wooden holder to hold five mounted cartridges.
Manuals for the turntable and tonearm are included. I've also replaced the tonearm cable with a new Pro-ject Tonearm Cable ($109.00).
The only visual flaws on the unit are white spots (paint?) on the dust cover and some etching that was removed on the left front of the table. Back in the 1970s in CA, it was rather common to engrave some identification on your stereo equipment to help recover it if it was stolen. Course I wish I'd never done it, but too late now. Fortunately, it isn't overly noticeable. I've removed the etching and painted it. I thought about covering it with a black metal plate but decided to let the new user make that decision. It's visible in the photos.
Since I no longer have any equipment, I couldn't listen to any records. The turntable works fine--speed holds perfectly and the speed adjustments all function. The tonearm lifts and lowers without issue. I oiled the turntable motor (yes, it came with oil that is stored under the platter--and there is still some left after all these years!) and it appears to run as good as new.
I never put much use on the turntable or cartridges. I recorded all my albums to an open reel deck and used tapes when I listened, so I feel the usage is minimal. It's been stored in my basement for the past 15+ years in a covered cabinet. I've tried to check every single thing to ensure it's working properly--so much so as to replace the tonearm cable--just to be sure.
The unit is quite heavy, and I'll be packing it myself to ensure nothing is damaged.
This ad was originally posted on US Audio Mart.
Turntable, dust cover, AT tonearm with new cable.
Supex pick-up transformer
Two moving coil cartridges (GAS and Onkyo) along with wooden cartridge holder
DISK-SE 22 anti-static turntable mat (original mat is also included)
Owner's manuals and tonearm template
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