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Alex Yakovlev
NJ, US
Posts 45
Joined on 10-06-2004

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Micro Seiki SZ-1T
Is it any good? I mean - how exactly good is it? There is one for sale on eBay.
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Romy the Cat


Boston, MA
Posts 9,287
Joined on 05-28-2004

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And, what do you expect to hear?

Alex, what do you expect to hear with the questions like this?

If you intend to use it then you would have much more specific interest, the interest that would demonstrate your own thinking about this turntable.  If you do not have intention to be engaged with SZ-1T or have no other specific motivations then what would be the purpose to run mouth about it? Anyhow, my site is not AAdone and  I would like to minimize traffic from the people who just search for empty information as a satisfaction of none existing frustrations.

Being a comfortably-jerky
Romy  the  Cat


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Alex Yakovlev
NJ, US
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I guess it's my own fault.
I know, the way I asked the question makes it uneasy to answer it.
Micro Seiki fascinates me; though my experience with their tables has been less than satisfying so far. I had three very unsuccessful attempts with various 5000s, and I guess I am looking for an excuse not to buy one again.
Your reply was very helpful actually - I really don't need something like this!
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  »  New  Micro Seiki MAX 282 Questions..  Max 282 with extra 1.5g anti-skating...  Analog Playback Forum     11  85297  11-02-2005
  »  New  The Foolishness of Analog People..  Late to the discussion but cannot resist...  Analog Playback Forum     56  307714  01-30-2006
  »  New   A longer turntable belt...  SP10 and the Japanese contribution to audio...  Analog Playback Forum     60  282664  02-02-2006
  »  New  Micro Seiki Armboards: Is bigger actually better?..  The Micro Seiki Armboards...  Analog Playback Forum     1  15302  07-29-2010
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