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Vinyl Player: Help!!

  • 31-07-2010 5:16pm
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    Registered Users Posts: 16 MisterSun


    Hi,
    I've recently become interested in vinyls, i bought a few the other day as i remembered i had a old vinyl player lying around at home and said I'd try it out when i get home.

    Got home and tried it out, Surprisingly it worked but the speaker in it seems to have had its day and outputs very poor quality. was wondering could i replace the speaker in it with a modern one or a better sounding quality one?Is it Easy?

    The Make of the player is "Supraphon" and the Model number is: GE 101
    cant seem to find much on the internet about it.

    (Below I've attached photo's)

    Anyone have a same problem, solution, or knowedge in this general area?

    Feedback would be much appreciated

    Thanks,
    MisterSun:cool:


Comments

  • Moderators, Technology & Internet Moderators Posts: 7,135 Mod ✭✭✭✭ pleasant Co.


    Moved from Headphones & Portable Audio Devices


  • Registered Users Posts: 15,988 ✭✭✭✭ cnocbui


    You could try a car breakers, they might be able to provide a speaker of the right dimensions. I had a Fiat Tipo where the front speakers were about that size and shape. Think they might have been. 6x4 inches.

    If the speaker is actually faulty, a new one might improve the sound a bit, but in all honesty it is unlikely you will get more than a fairly meagre and tinny sound out of that. It may not be the speaker but the electrics that are at fault, given its age.


  • Registered Users Posts: 2,322 ✭✭✭ Slaphead07


    the stylus is probably filthy and worn as well... and will damage any new LPs. If you're looking for a cheap and cheerful LP player try a USB turntable.


  • Registered Users Posts: 1 Andrejaa aaa1234


    Do you have a black plug like thing in the q port? If you do, try playing around with it (such as pulling it out slightly) and the speaker plug. It works for mine. My only issue is a squeeky wheel now.


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