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Re: [AV Media Matters] Turntable help


I found a great resource called IKON PHOTO in North Carolina. Phone
# (803) 787-1626. He has belts for everything. I acquired a Tandberg
3500X which is the finest 1/4 track reproducer I've come across (It
was MUCH less expensive than outfitting 1/4 track heads on my Sony
APR5003V) and he had the figure-8 belt for it -- or at least a close

I couldn't find rubber bands that would work in that application
with the start-stop stuff going on. Your turntable may be different.

At 08:05 AM 07/26/2000 -0700, you wrote:
>I rediscovered my old Technics SL-23 turntable. It's old and has a
>drive belt that has turned to goo.  I've  been searching the net for
>a supplier and have had no luck.  I turn to the collective. Anybody
>have a suggestion on where to acquire a drive belt for this
>Mark P.
>Waveworks Digital Media
>1100 North Glebe Road
>Arlington, VA   22201

Richard L. Hess                              richard@richardhess.com
Glendale, CA USA                           http://www.richardhess.com/
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