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Lumley Stratosphere ST1 Turntable, Graham Tonearm, Transfiguration Temper Cart

Discussion in 'Interesting eBay auctions' started by Darmok, Feb 19, 2020.

  1. Darmok

    Darmok "A Priori Teleology."

  2. Nero


    The first question that comes to mind is, if he had 20,000 LPs and a turntable like that, why could he not afford a new carpet? Is it possible to make an endless turntable belt from something with ends? OK, that was the second question.
  3. Bertiebee

    Bertiebee pfm Member

    It looks a bit agricultural compared to the Mk 2 version...….
  4. alphatoner

    alphatoner pfm Member

    Who would own a 10k turntable and not clean it or put on a new belt to sell it? From all his other listing he looks like a house clearer to me who just happened to pick up something expensive.
  5. James46

    James46 The Crystal Method

    Looks like a Rega platter and using a Michell belt. The seller seems to sell crap at high prices, not worth anything like £5K, maybe £3K with the arm and cart. The TT is worth buttons and never seems to sell, well takes years to move them.
  6. colasblue

    colasblue pfm Member

    He's had that on for well over a year with no takers.

    An expensive item which doesn't actually work is a total non starter.

    The arm doesn't seem to have the .2 upgrade and possibly not even the ceramic wand so not the best, and as for a home made TT power supply that clearly is fairly complex, what would yo ever do if it broke?
  7. Avinunca

    Avinunca Canine Hifi and electronics enthusiast.

    Beauty is in the eye of the beholder
  8. Bob McC

    Bob McC Living the life of Riley


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