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"Never is a long time, Celeste"
"I'd always thought a manual turntable performed better. So, for the sake of performance I told myself that I'd never want to play more than one record at a time anyway.
But never is a long, long time.
So, when I heard that B-I-C turntables perform as well as the finest manuals but can change records too, I decided to find out for myself.
I compared the published specifications. On paper the B-I-C looked impressive.
At home it's been a revelation.
With the B-I-C program system I can play as many as six records when I'm relaxing. Or play one record six times for background at a party. And at the end of the program, my B-I-C turns itself off automatically.
The program panel actually gives me 28 possible record playing combinations. I love that ... even though the decisions can sometimes be agonizing.
B-I-C taught me a lesson, Celeste.
I'll never say never again."
(Source: Audio magazine, Nov. 1977)
Also see: B-I-C turntables (Nov. 1978)
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