The Wonderful World of Turntable Design


#261

Character :smiley:


#262

One word for it, I suppose :grinning:


#263

Someone on here should make one,i’ll supply the motor


#264

I think the designer was clearly thinking of the future.

Separate motor pod, big torquy motor, three legged stand. If it was made now it would sell I reckon.


#265

The 3 motor one would really be the one as obviously 3 motors is much betterer than 1 good one.


#266

Especially if it was actually an internal combustion engine*. Perfectionists who put the turntable in a separate room so there’s no feedback from the speakers will now have to have a third room with the engine in it and a drive shaft coming through the wall to the TT.

VB

*Or steam. Or a waterwheel/windmill for the eco brigade.


#267

You missed your calling, never mind that physics malarkey. Turntable design is where your talents clearly lie.


#268

I’m taking this as a compliment.


#269

Yes, yes you should (snigger) :innocent:


#270

We think it, somebody’s made it :slight_smile:


#271

Yet more rubbish.


#272

Jeez, that is crap.

How can you hope to experience any of the vinyl magic on a cardboard plinthed echo chamber ?


#273

You should, I’ve seen a couple of things you’ve made and impressive doesn’t do it justice.

Sorry, that was for edd9000


#274

Removes the counter weight


#275

Does it now…


#276

I’m struggling to see how you can adjust the VTF without adding or subtracting weight to the count weight, which on face value would be very difficult as it is hanging on a bit of string.


#277

Is what you meant to say.


#278

Not enough foo - the support thread should be silver :+1:


#279

Looks like it could double up as a trebuchet…


#280

A Rega with holes, beaks & string