[78-L] 78 transfer players

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Thu Feb 26 14:16:43 PST 2015

If it says "Crosley" on it, run like hell. Better to get a decent vintage table and run it through a small receiver or independent phono preamp with line-out into one's transfer computer. I've been doing it that way for years...

Brad (who pried himself away from facebjork for a few minutes...)

----- Original Message -----From: Randy Watts <rew1014 at yahoo.com.invalid>To: 78-L Mail List <78-l at klickitat.78online.com>Sent: Thu, 26 Feb 2015 22:12:39 -0000 (UTC)Subject: Re: [78-L] 78 transfer players

A friend has one of those, but I've never paid much attention to it, beyond noting that it did play 78s and that the styluses were the type you "flip," depending on the speed of the record you're playing. One side for 33/45 and the other side for 78s. I suppose there's a name for those. The player itself looked like cheap plastic. 


________________________________From: Malcolm Rockwell <malcolm at 78data.com.invalid>To: 78-L Mail List <78-l at klickitat.78online.com> Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2015 10:44 AMSubject: [78-L] 78 transfer players

Not interested in one, but are there any of those USB port 78 players that are worth a damn? Do any actually have a 2.7 or 3.0 mil stylus? I see them advertised all over the place and am curious whether any company actually puts out a quality product for a reasonable price.

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