Question about Audio Players & Recorders
I recently purchased a Grado Black cart for use on an old BIC 960. Of course, the first thing that happened was that the automatic turntable dropped the tonearm onto the platter. I obviously screwed up and left it powered on, but wonder how bad? Is there a way to tell if the stylus was damaged without a tech looking at it? Thanks!!
I am not an expert but know of someone who helped me in the past with a Thorens TD115. This fellow Dariusz at Q-Audio will be glad to offer some advice. Why not give him a call at 617-547-2727.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
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