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    Onkyo Cp-1100a

    What would one expect to pay for a mint condition turntable like this?

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    Not very much. I worked for Onkyo in the early 80's when that turntable was a current model. At that time, Onkyo's weakest products were its turntables: all were highly susceptible to acoustic feedback (despite the brochure's claims that the turntables' feet eliminated it), and one model in particular (perhaps the CP-1100, but I can't be sure) didn't even have anti-skating - a serious oversight on the designers' part in Japan which we American sales people were supposed to somehow overlook. The TOTL model, the CP-1280 was outstanding, but all the others were ho-hum, at best. I'd suggest looking elsewhere.

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    Thank you very much for your input....I am now looking at several onkyo products...perhaps I can oick your brain more?

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    do you know the value of these items??

    Remote Control Transmitter - Model #RC-815
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    Quartz Synthesized FM Stereo/AM Tuner - Model #T-4140
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    Black In Color
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    Approx. 17.5"x9-3/4"x2-3/4"
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    FM/AM 16 Random Preset Station
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    Auto/Manual Tuning System
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    Serial #7708007244
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    Infrared Wireless Remote Controlled Stereo Preamplifier - Model #P-3150V
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    Selective Tone Control
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    Audio/Video Control System
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    Simulated Stereo Option
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    Black In Color
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    Approx. 17"x9.5"x4"
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    Serial #1708018233
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    Delta Power Supply Circuit Design Stereo Power Amplifier - Model #M-5130
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    Serial #1708012758
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    Black In Color
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    Approx. 17"x9-3/4"x5-3/4"

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    Regarding your original question, I'd guess about 25 to 50 bucks. 50 is assuming a fairly generous bump if it's never even been used. I wonder if it still might need a belt and a stylus.

    Closed eBay auction ($102.50 + $30) for the preamp:

    http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll...m=180271707310
    Last edited by 02audionoob; 09-27-2008 at 05:58 AM.

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