Here's a really cool turntable. This Sony PS-2251LA was built between 1971-1976. It uses a direct drive AC servo motor to keep perfect speed. Its platter is solid diecast aluminium. Within its solidly constructed wood cabinet is a sophisticated system of suspension. An acrylic dust cover finishes its look and protects your records.
When I originally found this turntable, its tonearm board was drilled for a SME tonearm. Because I don't have an extra SME tonearm lying around, I filled the hole, re-veneered and painted the tonearm board, and drilled it out for this Sumiko MMT tonearm.
The table itself had all of its electrolytic capacitors replaced, even the large bipoler cap. It keeps speed perfectly and the speed control works great. Rock solid. The original acrylic dust cover is in good condition and free of any cracks. It does have some small blemishes that did not buff out. Certainly nothing to worry about. I'm selling this turntable with a working Ortofon 2M Red cartrdige. It has low hours and will ship in its original packing for protection. A Technics headshell will also be included.