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Technics SL-Q200 direct drive Stereo Turntable w/Pickering cart/stylus - $110 (Hamilton, NJ)

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condition: good
make / manufacturer: Technics
model name / number: SL-Q200
Selling a carefully tested and cleaned 1980's Japanese made Technics turntable record player.

Includes the original Pickering p-mount phono cartridge and a genuine Pickering DLE stylus that sounds excellent to me- full range with great bass and highs, no skipping, no hum, no distortion. Good quality Monster Cable RCA interconnects are included and so is the original ground wire.

This is direct drive and the speed is dead on correct for both 33 and 45 RPM as the front strobe light indicates. It's a semi automatic turntable and auto return and shutoff works great every time. To play a record you make sure the cuing switch is in the Up position, then you move the tonearm over to the first track. The table automatically powers on and platter spins up. You move the cuing switch over to Down position and the tonearm slowly lowers and album plays, at end of the album the tonearm raises up, moves back to holder, lowers, and table powers off.

This shows minor cosmetic wear. See photos. The worst of the wear is a small hairline crack in the clear dust cover towards the left hand side, not bad at all. The dust cover and hinges are otherwise in decent condition- very often the tabs on these covers get broken off due to rough handling, and the hinges can fail too. On this one they are in good condition.

YouTube video taken to demo working condition, happy to share

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