Question about Audio Players & Recorders
The problem in cases like these is not the connector (you can connect direct the cables), it's the type of the pick-up cartridge. Those days the cartridges were crystal/ceramic type. This means that I think you will not be able to find a replacement for this cartridge. Since the whole console (including the turntable) is in good condition I suggest you to replace this cartridge with a moving magnet (the last type that used the turntables, just before the moving coil ones) but you will also need a phone preamplifier in order to feed the signal to any line in input of the system. If you like rebuilding the oldies it's a good idea.
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Posted on Aug 27, 2010
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