This is latest Goldmund Reference Turntable in museum grade.
There are two version in this TT.
One is old version that has one row control panel with bigger power supply.
This sells at cheap price because it was made early in 1980s and impossible to repair.
Its important parts were made in 1970's
If version have trouble, this can not be repaired because of important parts are now available any more.
So some people says, Goldmund reference is impossible to repair.
But this is only true to old version.
So price is cheap.
This version has two row control panel and has slim version Power supply.(totally different PSU, this is attached beneath the table so you can't see it. but old version PSU is bigger, so you can see it)
Newer version is made of current ICs and OP amps...so easily can be found in electronic parts market.
This is latest version in perfect condition.
Tonearm is latest serial T3F.
This version is exactly the same as "Millenium version" Goldmund Reference that was sold early in 2000.
All parts are now available and can be repaired.(I can supply spare IC sets with buyer's cost.)
Internal parts can be easily replaced.
So don't worry about repair in future.
Please only serious buyer contact me.
I will regard partial trade.
Feel free to ask me.
For your Information.
This is another for sale item.
Price is 285000 RMB=45258 USD.
You can see this TT has one row control panel.
If you compare front view, PSU is not seen in the photo.
But you can see a part of PSU beneath the table.
I am marking the position in my below photo, compare it.
if you can't find difference, I will tell you what is different.
Most important thing is not the size of PSU.
The old PSU adopts very old parts inside.
So no one can get most important parts(for example, Thomson SFC 2861 OP amp is no longer in the planet that is made in 1970s...this is essential parts to drive motor. this is consumable parts....and most IC parts are no longer in parts market.)
But this new version's parts are still made and easily optainable.
I had old version of this TT but it was broken.
So I did all possible way to repair old version.
But I failed and sold it for repair part unit.
So I know well about this turntable.
most of this TT is old version(average 80% of Goldmund reference TT is made 70-80s) and this version was re designed in 1990s.(for reliability and lack of part reason)
So this is totally different version of what you see in the market.
Feel free to ask me about difference.
I can tell you about it whole day.