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17" Vinyl Records

Sir,
I have a requirement to be able to play 17” Vinyl records (many thousand in the collection). We are planning to digitise them.

So far have been unable to source any supplier in New Zealand for a suitable machine to play such a record nor can I locate a suitable 17” Toner Arm so that I can convert a standard turntable etc.

Can you advise please if your company has such a stock item or if not, if you are able to advise a contact that maybe able to assist.

Thank you

Noel Smith
Retired pensioner
Email noel@liqueurs.co.nz

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Sir,
On reflection I do not think the question fits within your domain. Sorry for posing it
Noel

Posted on Feb 14, 2008

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