Question about Audio Players & Recorders
This may seem like a crazy question because it basically just about the look. I purchased the above turntable used for my late teenage son who wants to give a shot at some small DJ engagments. The turntable came damaged. The upper aluminum shell on one corner was scraped and gouged on 2 sides. I have been able to buff it smooth with some 500 grit sandpaper but need to fill in the gouges, reshaped the corner a little bit and hope to find some paint that is close to feather it in. Long story - and filing a freight claim may be more trouble than it is worth.
Any tips about fixing this before I start messing with this.
Your on the right track, however, a simpler solution would be to just buy a Faceplate for the unit.
You can purchase FACEPLATES @ 1200s.com
Although these are for the SL1200MK2 series - they don't make them for the SL1200M3D - you will have to drill a hole about 3/4" next to the pitch control, to make room for pitch reset button.
Or, if you want some tips on fixing and sanding, check out the following FORUM.
DIGITAL ANALOG THERAPY
DJ PRO AUDIO
Posted on Jul 15, 2008
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