quote:Originally posted by leph555
Not for sale, would be to hard to find enough broken turntables.
The link you posted are only with vinyls, that quit easy to make, you just need a clock and replace the board with a vinyl.
What I did is actually the same, just a bit more grinding and stuff.
Thanks for the reply's guys!!
I have a third 1210 which has a broken tonearm so I'm really concidering stealing your idea, at least 'til I get that tonearm replaced
Ive wanted to make a clock like that since i first saw one The platter is a real nice touch tho
Two Pioneer CDJ-800's
Allen & Heath Xone:32
M-AUDIO Torq Conectiv
Last edited by xtr3m on Jun-20-2007 at 08:06
just got my speakers and (replacement) laptop in today
liking the speakers mate, you got the same Dell monitor as me by the looks of it :-)
How can sound exist if there's no one there to hear it?
that's a samsung.
Doh! looks like a dell monitor from a distance! almost has the same design as mine.
Anyways, next month for my birthday I'll be getting my Alesis 520 Speakers, cant wait to get them! that'll be my set up pretty much complete....
I also bought a new case for my computer, a Antec Nine Hundred Gaming Case, looks absolutely awesome and my PC runs nice and cool now.....no overheating anywhere! :-)
actually now that I think of it; I think samsung used to make dell's monitors, idk..
Anyway, despite that, love the setup mate...looks awesome :-) those speakers are beasts!
Long time lurker, used to post on here but my school network started blocking the site. Done with school, so I'm finally back on here and can post my meager setup.
2x Vestax CDX-05
Sony MDR-7506 headphones (love em!)
Creative Soundworks THX 250D 2.1 speakers
I want to upgrade to CDJ800s or 1000s soon...
Bought the 7506s myself, thought they were too good.
They cost as much as my pair of speakers and subwoofer and made them sound bad in comparison.
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