I have an lp12/ittok/dl110 and it's staying. not because of any particular loyalty to the brand or even particular liking of the tt itself. More to do with lack of funds and the motivation to worry about it. She sounds fine and as i type is doing a more than passable job on out to lunch. \r\n\r\nI have possibly worst set up hifi in the world : all kit jammed into a repro 19th c kitchen cabinet , speakers in the wrong but only place they'll go that wobble slightly on genuine 19th c floorboards, avi mono blocks that could fail any minute and until the weekend the tt perhed on top with paperback books under the front two feet at an attempt at levelling. The whole thing gets unplugged when there's some ironing to be done and spare sockets take care of charging my mobile and the ipaq\r\n\r\nI bought a second hand target wall shelf and tried to fit it. B and q laid on some heavy duty wall fixings and a drill bit . Not usually the type for diy I was bouyed up by succseefully fitting a stair gate to keep little eloise out of kitchen. The install was a complete balls up - none of the screws would go in all the way and i managed to muller all the screw heads in the attempt. So the shelf is in a strange no mans land of being neither installed or uninstalled. It was wobbling above the cabinet but more in than out , so to speak.\r\n\r\nso I got a brick and sat it on the top of the cabinet to support the front of the shelf. This is not just any brick but was cast as part of the Hull fish pavement. It's a red herring. The brick steadies the whole thing very well and I can yank at the shelf and the tt carries on playing regardless. The levelling system is a thinner paperback book, that's progress, and a pound coin under the two front feet. Heck it's only money and it sounds better. maybe 2 pound coins would be even better\r\n\r\nlol\r\n\r\njohn \r\n\r\n\r\nBy the way page 74 of the wetherspoon pub newsletter features the [URL="http://www.fergusonhill.co.uk"]www.fergusonhill.co.uk[/URL] horns that according to witherspoons are only £69.50. It doesn't say whither this for one or a pair but surely represents either a bargain or a typo.