Tim F

Kit that punches well above its price

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Super Wammer
5 minutes ago, mr neds said:

Yes, I’ve noticed a scarcity of them on the bay. There’s some damage to the back of the lid, which someone had repaired with what looks like Araldite, but otherwise it’s fine. I remember asking if anyone on here was interested a few years back, but no replies😐

Most decks will end up in a new plinth as long as the motor unit is in good nick then eBay might be the place to go but my opinion is sell separate 👍🏻
 

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Super Wammer
24 minutes ago, mr neds said:

Was it really that cheap? I’ve got one in a cupboard upstairs, attached to a TD125. Maybe I should revisit it. Colin, I’ll forgive you for your unkind comment, but only because you’ve got a picture of Koss under your name........

Well, in 1974 the HiFi Yearbook listed the improved 3009 with the fixed headshell at £31.50 plus VAT, so I’m sure the earlier model was much less a few years earlier.   In the same edition the Shure V15/III was £39.60 inc VAT. 

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I always thought that the Heybrook speakers HB1, 2 and 3 all punched well above their weight

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