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Old 12-05-2016, 12:39 PM
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Early 1950s equipment could very well have good frequency response and low distortion, the fact that this 1953 vintage changer was equipped with a magnetic cartridge and 4 pole motor speaks to that fact. Just because a lot of old things sound bad doesn't mean they all do. If you take a look a thing the posting history here you will see most of the discussion is about tube era record players, with a small minority about acoustic phonographs. I posted here because I know this form is frequented by people who refurbish changers, also, the people at videokarma are more likely to have repaired these items than at audio forums, which consist mainly of users.

I figured out what I need to do is just grease it up really well, am gonna give it a try.
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