- Sep 12, 2019
Wow, and you Sir, looks like you took my comment to heart.I think heirloom is overstating it. I don't think anyone's made turntables that are technically too small to hole a 12" record before the late 80s at the earliest. His father could have bought it and lent it him, but it's not something that's been in the family for generations, which to me the term heirloom kind of implies.
But yeah, I also noticed the Morricone record and wanted to congratulate Matzesu on his good taste. But I settled with just liking the post in the end.
With family heirloom I obviously meant if it was originally bought by your father and given to you. I remember those tonearms were pretty common in some models back in the 80s but didn't know they were still in use as of today; hence my confusion.Like I said, I bought the Turntable myself in the 2000tes, because it’s small enough for the predecessor of this Hi-Fi, only this Hi-Fi is now not wide enough to support the turntable on his full length
Regarding the LPs, I only mentioned the one pictured there; being German I thought you might have any album of Scorpions, as I'm a bit of a fan of them: