Can anyone confirm are these PDX 2000 MK1 or MK2's ???
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    Default Can anyone confirm are these PDX 2000 MK1 or MK2's ???

    Firstly .... I know the MK2's actually state that after the "PDX 2000" but on some occasions they appear not to and for the life of me googkle is not giving me the answer ..... They are going for 150. Do people think they are worth a punt in light of the fact that Vestax are no more. And if so any tips on what to look out for fault wise. Thanks...pdx 2000.JPGmms_20160404_165932.jpgmms_20160404_165941.jpg

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    Tech Guru the_bastet's Avatar
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    You can still find parts for vestax turntables. Also, that is a steal, even if they are MK1's. Only issue Ive ever come through the shop with these is literally a blown fuse.
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    I read a few forums regarding the MK1 motors and it worried me a bit to be honest purely as I didn't want to end up with TT'S that end up costing me a fortune in repairs. Had 1210's years ago and looking to get back into properly turntablism after a varied brief stint with a midi controller. But wow, the price if Techs is crazy right now.

    If I were to take a chance with these is there any particular things youd be looking out for?

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