That maybe so but you still get no sound from the deck, I had an SL1100 and I never heard a peep from it, only my SME and Shure gave me music.
Oh dear. The motor and platter turn the record: that has to be at a constant speed with no fluctuations otherwise you will hear that. The arm has to be acoustically neutral, apply a precise force and track smoothly in all three dimensions. Put simply the quality of the turntable makes a huge difference to the sound.
Time to wheel out the 70's Bush gag yet?
problem is good used ones are more than twice the price opf this and the new ones are £800-1300 depending on model or you could get this for £239, which an audiophile expert thinks are perfectly acceptable for home hi fi use :)
You don´t get any sound from a deck, only a cartridge and stylus gives sound.