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Bush MTT1 Turntable

Discussion in 'Hi-Fi Stereo Systems & Separates' started by knightrider, Dec 18, 2003.

  1. knightrider

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    I know it's a bit crap, but it does the job for me and the few records I have.

    I have a small problem in that during a recent house move, the stylus was destroyed.

    I would welcome any advice on where to get a replacement, or whether it is worth upgrading to a project debut II instead.

    Cheers guys,

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    I used to own a Bush TT1 many yonks ago, bought mainly for recording vinyl onto MD via Sony Mini system (same size as the Bush), I think for £50 its great TBH especially added to £300-500 mini systems. But trust me on this spend £140 on a Project Debut Phono and you will never look back (im sure a stylus will cost you circa £10) so take that off the Project, Ive bought 2 of these decks for friends and set them up, All I can say about the Project is that it did not embarrass itself in LP12 territory.

    One note I know the TT1 has a phono equalizer on it, if you have a phono stage already in your Denon ??, then go for the Project Debut which is only £120.
     
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    Cheers for the advice on that.

    Truth is, i really want a debut II, so now i have the excuse.

    I think you're right about the 3802, as it has dedicated phono inputs. I imagine a high spec turntable will sound fantastic with IMHO the best amp for the money.

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