1975 Technics SL-1500 MKI Megamod

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Re: 1975 Technics SL-1500 MKI Megamod

Postby Hotsauce » Tue Mar 25, 2014 6:04 am

I've split open mouse cords and used them as tonearm wires, also the cheap ear buds that come with phones.

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Re: 1975 Technics SL-1500 MKI Megamod

Postby Geek » Tue Mar 25, 2014 12:57 pm

Genius! :))
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Re: 1975 Technics SL-1500 MKI Megamod

Postby Shannon Parks » Wed Mar 26, 2014 8:51 am

Hotsauce wrote:I've split open mouse cords and used them as tonearm wires, also the cheap ear buds that come with phones.

John


I agree with Gregg - this is brilliant!

OK - fooled with the Sorbothane feet with my shop turntable. Just propping them under my SL-1200 MKII feet in the shop damped the door slamming when the wifey comes in to visit. So I ordered four 2" 50D sorbothane feet - $25 shipped from eBay. Holy cow - this turntable is decoupled to another dimension. Best $25 accessory ever.

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Re: 1975 Technics SL-1500 MKI Megamod

Postby AndyB » Fri Apr 04, 2014 11:09 am

Commercial vinyl floor tile make an excellent dampening material. Easy to cut, easy to glue, not messy, and very inexpensive. With a little heat and a utility knife virtually any size shape can be cut. Glue in with some 5 minute epoxy and viola!

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