DavidDru Posted March 25, 2016 Report Share Posted March 25, 2016 Came across an exciting opportunity to pick up a somewhat rare Technics turntable the other day. It is the SP-15 table with EPA-501H arm, EPA-B500 mount on the SH-15B1 plinth combo. The plinth is a very nice Rosewood. The current cart is only a Shure M44-7 and will be upgraded. Did not include the dustcover. This professional table from 1981, was sold to consumers and radio stations. It wasn't necessarily used at the stations for playing the music as much it was used in production rooms for under voice overs etc. it weighs in at 50lbs/22.7 kilos. It is manual. Has a lot of torque and ramps up to speed immediately then brakes similarly. Specs are impressive. I got it from a local Professional Broadcast Engineer at the local PBS radio stations. He got it out of a station warehouse and refurbished it (mostly just dust and lubricant age). Thought I would share since it is a little off the beaten path. My SL-1300 is next to it in the photos to help illustrate it is a big one. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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