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    Forum Veteran stuwee's Avatar
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    Can anyone Id the TT in this pic?

    I think it's a TT anyway, looks like the Terminator, will walk across the floor and bitch slap you upside yo mofo head if you brought a CD into the room Hehe!

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    From the Von Schweikert site

    And what monster tubes are on those amps??
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    That wasn't an Edelbrock manifold and Holley carb with an aftermarket air filter?

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    Is that the $130,000 TT?
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    Some years ago I surfed around looking for over the top turntables. One comes to mind, might have been a Goldmund, that was two pieces of equipment. The turntable/arm unit with 700 pound base and a, for lack of a better term, air compressor to provide pressurized air to the air bearings of the linear tracking arm. Idea being, no physical contact - totally frictionless.

    The compressor had hoses long enough that it could be placed in a location remote from the turntable like maybe in a different room.

    The photo looks like two components with air lines.

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    Damn thing is in front of the movie...

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    Remember my old PL-610? The guy wrote me today and said he finished fixing it, sent a picture:
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    In case you can't make the title out, that is The Bill Evans Trio - Since We Met

    I hope he gets it to work longer than I did, and it quit of it's own volition, I didn't do a damned thing to it. Back to 1970s Technics.
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