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Bush MTT1 turntable - does it contain a pre-amp?

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Yes, according to someone else online who owns one:

"It is a simple device (I have one)

33 or 45 rpm
Pre-amp on/off switch underneath.
Two leads out.
Arm up/down lever and slight speed control.
When the light are stationary due to strobe effect then the speed is right."

Posted on Feb 08, 2010

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