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1 hour ago, LesterRam said:

These are the only connections I can see. crap picture due to resizing, I'll see if I can sort a better one.

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9 minutes ago, LesterRam said:

I love record players, can't beat the sound.

You can buy speakers with in-built amps, the staff at Richer Sounds are fantastic and have a vast knowledge to call upon, you got me going now you bugger, I want one :D

It looks like a visit to Richer sounds needs to be done, cheers.

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I haven't seen those connectors before, you might be best finding an old pair of speakers and just see if it works, they look a bit like these..

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/2-PIN-DIN-CONNECTOR-INLINE-SOCKET-suits-BANG-OLUFSEN-SPEAKER-CABLES-/321069295624?hash=item4ac138a808:m:m6x9PjgkQ6kl4EVN-joBejg

I don't remember having to amp 1970's record players be honest with you, this model similar to yours is amped.

http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/Vintage-60s-RARE-Philips-GF-810-Record-Player-Turntable-with-AMPLIFIER-teak-wood-/282241887634?hash=item41b6ed6d92:g:gGoAAOSwdGxXIlHr

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