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Purchased technics sl-bd20d what else do i need just to play records ?

What do i need to purchase to play records with this turntable ?

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Well the mixer is optimal way if you are planning to buy another one sometime but if you are to have only one then you need a corrector which changes the signal (preamp)
just ask for a corrector and say your problem in any tech-shop they will help you..

Posted on Dec 18, 2007

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