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Originally Posted by Hoofit View Post

Mini thrifting of squares. All Utah finds.


 

Park City? They had a pile of them last time I was up there, grabbed a few Polos and Ferragamos.

 

Also, how have we never run into each other? One of these days.

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Cashmere nova check, I hate trying to photograph HF tags (na)


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Cashmere nova check, I hate trying to photograph HF tags (na)


Picked up that exact one at hospice shop a year ago
post #36919 of 54410
Passed on 3 Herman Miller limerick side chairs. $14.50 each. Mistake?
post #36920 of 54410
Any size 40 need a flight jacket?

https://www.ebay.com/ulk/itm/322110762383
post #36921 of 54410
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Cashmere nova check, I hate trying to photograph HF tags (na)

Money.
post #36922 of 54410
Orphan. So heart broken as its my size. Will keep checking back in hopes the pants turn up



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Not available.

 

 

I bought this exact turntable on Craigslist last year for $175 and considered it a screaming deal...

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Anyone live in Tulsa?
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Yo what's that turntable all about?

/TTnoob
post #36926 of 54410
I was wondering the same thing. I'm sure one of the audiophiles on here can tell you why it's good but I found that's it's expensive, according to eBay sold listings.
post #36927 of 54410
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That is still a screaming deal.
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Originally Posted by kbadgley84 View Post

Anyone live in Tulsa?

Want.
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Originally Posted by Mr. Moo View Post

Yo what's that turntable all about?

/TTnoob

Respectable company, build quality, component quality, design--aesthetic and technical.

More specifically: this table features a dual-plinth design. Basically two boards, one holds the motor, the other the platter and the tonearm. The two boards are held together by a special kind of material that absorbs vibration. Since a TT basically works by picking up on vibrations from etchings on a vinyl disc, vibration from the motor can interfere and severely impact the sound quality. This is why you'll see some very high end tables with a completely separate motor.

Other reasons: precise motor/rotation speed--a fraction too fast or slow and the sound is affected; upgraded cartridge (needle); Special Edition with wood veneer.
post #36928 of 54410
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Originally Posted by Dirt View Post

I was wondering the same thing. I'm sure one of the audiophiles on here can tell you why it's good but I found that's it's expensive, according to eBay sold listings.

 

Better quality, better build, better sound, better durability.  Like the difference between a pleather jacket from Target (Sony turntable from Best Buy) and a real leather jacket from Neiman Marcus (Music Hall turntable).  (I'd say "a leather jacket from Kiton" but that would be more McIntosh-level turntable IMO...).

 

Model and cartridge will drive the price up...not sure which model that one is, nor cartridge.

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for those folks who have been copping Levi's "Jeans Wear" shirts thinking maybe LVC or vintage, this is the kind of thing you want to see:

 

http://www.shopgoodwill.com/auctions/Vintage-Levis-Authentic-Western-Wear-Mens-Shirt-29851285.html

 

check the single needle stitching and those amazing pearl snaps.

 

Shorthorn, Longhorn, Saddleman labels. Sawtooth. some great midcentury shirts and fabrics.

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Anyone live in Tulsa?
Those come up on the bay allot. That's the small one they made a 6 foot one.
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