Rolling Stones - Pro-ject Turntable $249 @ soundstage direct

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  1. Davidmk5

    Davidmk5 Forum Resident Thread Starter

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  2. GentleSenator

    GentleSenator what if

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    ummm.... i don't need it but of course i want it.
     
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  3. Rentz

    Rentz Forum Resident

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    exact thought i had.
     
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  4. masterbucket

    masterbucket Forum Resident

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    Sold off a couple of extra items recently.....white or black folks?:bdance:
     
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  5. SJP

    SJP Forum Resident

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    I'm good for the black one!

    This checks my box for an upgrade that I desperately need but don't want to break the bank right now. The reviews are favorable and quite complimentary of the performance against price point. This one convinced me...

    Pro-Ject Debut III record player

    I'm not a huge Stones fan but figure that if/when the day comes that I am ready for another upgrade, the Stones factor will make reselling this one easier.
     
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  6. draganm

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  7. mdm08033

    mdm08033 Forum Resident

    Tres chic. I wish I was liquid. It’s look like bargain.
     
  8. draganm

    draganm Active Member

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    yeah I know, it's practically free considering you will pay this much for some plastic DJ table. I almost bought it for a second system , but really I don't use my primary enough as it is anyway
     
  9. Andy Mitri

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    Man, I am so tempted but I just don't need it.
     
  10. SJP

    SJP Forum Resident

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    Mine arrived this evening. Easy set-up considering this is my first "real" turntable (upgrade from an entry level Sony PS-LX250H...I'm pretty sure PS means piece of :cussing:...I shouldn't say that, it served me well while getting back into vinyl). Of course, the first vinyl playing is Sticky Fingers (the freebie which came from Target by mail with purchase of the most recent 2CD reissue).

    My experience is matching up with the review, remarkable quality for the price.

    Edit: Now playing my first favorite album (inspired by my daughter coming in to see and talk about her fav album by Ed Sheehan). This sounds sweet, a definite upgrade! Thanks to OP for posting the deal!
     
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  11. Andy Mitri

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    I sold some crap on eBay and rewarded myself with one of these Pro-Jects!
     
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  12. rswitzer

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    I probably bought your crap. I bid on crap all the time on ebay. :)
     
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  13. Andy Mitri

    Andy Mitri Forum Resident

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    My eBay store - "Where Quality is a Slogan."
    Back on topic, the Pro-Ject should be here tomorrow. I'm receiving those Massdrop Sennheiser 6XX's this week too. Expensive week for me... time to sell some more crap!
     
  14. draganm

    draganm Active Member

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    I should have grabbed one for $250. , it was just such a stupid-good deal , back up to $450. now.

    Congrats to everyone who snagged one. Even if you don't own a single LP, the $200. savings will get you a lot of albums , maybe even a dozen brand new ones, with their 20% off coupons.
     
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  15. SJP

    SJP Forum Resident

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    Listening to mine now and yes, I'm stoked with the purchase. Last week I ordered a Pro-Ject Phono Box pre-amp which kind of rounds out my very nice and rather inexpensive upgrade.
     
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  16. draganm

    draganm Active Member

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    very cool. I've never had a phono-box, although I did have a Bellari with the little single-tube poking out the top, and I'm pretty sure I had a Creek before that.
    My favorite is my current fully-tubed Little Bear, but they can be a challenging adventure in and of themselves. I had read previously that a nice way to squeeze max analog sound out of a system with minimal frustration is a tubed pre followed by a solid-state amplification for compatibility with most modern speakers.

    Right now though, I'm just buying vinyl, which is what we should all be focusing on anyway.:)
     

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