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SL-1200M7L LIMITED EDITION TURNTABLE 

Technics is celebrating the 50-year anniversary of the SL-1200 DJ turntable, by releasing the limited-edition SL-1200M7L

Based on the SL-1200MK7, released in 2019, the new direct-drive turntables will be available in seven limited-edition colours (i.e. black, red, blue, white, green, yellow, beige) which have been selected to “reflect the street culture that gave birth to DJing”.

SL-1200M7L LIMITED EDITION TURNTABLE 

Although, I’m not quite sure what that means.

SL-1200M7L LIMITED EDITION TURNTABLE 

Is street culture green, for example? Perhaps street culture changes with the seasons like the colours of leaves on trees, to reflect Technics’ colour range?

SL-1200M7L LIMITED EDITION TURNTABLE 

So shouldn’t a dirty brown be in there, then? I’m not sure. 

But back to the metal. The SL-1200M7L’s tonearms are anodised in a golden hue (no doubt to reflect a romantic sunset within your typical street culture).

SL-1200M7L LIMITED EDITION TURNTABLE 

You’ll also find engraved serial numbers on each individual piece, and a gold-coloured slipmat with a Technics logo.

Further features are listed below.

SL-1200M7L LIMITED EDITION TURNTABLE 

Price for this one is £899.99. Let’s say £900. What’s a penny between friends, eh?

To find out more and to be directed to your nearest supplier of street culture, contact www.technics.com/uk

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    Ian From Berks
    9th May 2022 at 6:01 pm

    I always think the first job of a turntable (besides sounding good) is to look impressive . I wonder how much of this TT is actually a “DJ” turntable and how much is marketing .

    I think the yellow TT is one I would be very willing to give a home to, a decent cartridge, maybe a change of arm…

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