Question about Technics SL-1200MK5 Turntable
Hi. I've got my two decks they need to get change of tone arm i'm looking for a economic supplier and instructions on how to do it. and could you inform me about any technical service support in north london area. thanks.
For Technics parts, check www.1200s.com, for a service center in your area, check the Panasonic web site (parent company of Technics): http://www.panasonic.co.uk/customer-Support/svc-dealer-locator.asp As for instructions on doing this, it's not an easy fix. You have to solder 5 very thin (as thin as dental floss) to a circuit board, and they don't leave much room for error. Oh, and the circuit board is discontinued, so if you damage the board due to self-repair, you can't have it replaced. So, thing twice before attempting this repair yourself. Hope this helps! - Justin DJPROAUDIO
Posted on Sep 02, 2007
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