Turntable nerds rejoice! A somewhat lenthy discussion breaks down history and development of the groundbreaking design behind various models the Technics SL-1200 turntable. Yes, the whole things is in Japanese, but there are plenty of goodies (and pics to drool over) awaiting anyone who dares to dig through the rough translation.
Check out the full discussion using Google Translate
[Respect to B of JAAAHWS for the heads up!]
610 thoughts on “Technics 1200 History, Development, And Pics”
I like pita bread but I’m not digital.
Kinda wish they had not included the DZ1200 since it’s a blemish on an otherwise pretty flawless record.
I feel like i should upgrade on my techs.
I own the SL-QX300
“I like pita bread but I’m not digital.” Haha! Funny you caught that one too, haroon!
No doubt, Google Translate gets real deep.
I use the serato with my 1200,s and i also carry 2 crates of wax for the old shcool heads
i’ve owned all since the 1200 mk2 except the dz1200.
gotta love the durability of the 1200.
LONG LIVE T12OO!!
Oldskool all the way !!!! long live vinyl, 1200’s and 1210’s
Shame they didn’t include the SL-1600, for those that know its the best of the 1200 for the domestic home use.
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