technics 1210 LEDs
  English Topics, DO NOT reply in other languages than English !  

steve-wilson    posted on 23-07-2008 00:56
Anyone know how to install the Technics 1210 LED conversion kit to turn the lights blue?

If so, is it hard? anyone got a video of it being done?

Any help appresiated.

Lead    posted on 23-07-2008 08:38
I know how to replace them, I've done it before...

My Technicshas blue LED's. No step by step tutorial, but you could read this DJ topic about my modded Technics SL1210 LTD.
Let the BASS be louder
steve-wilson    posted on 26-07-2008 23:19
yeahh thats what i mean.. was it hard to do.. should i take it to a shop to get it done?
Tekhead    posted on 26-07-2008 23:50
if you are a handy selfmade man with the wright tools and equipment it isn't hard to do, otherwise bring him to a shop.
Floated on the waves of Fantasy, see my dream come true
Lead    posted on 27-07-2008 13:11
I did it myself and also needed to find out how to get it all working (what resistors to replace atc), but if you read my topic a bit you know how it should be done. Then decide if you're up to it. I'm pretty confortable with a soldering welt so then it's an easy fix.

If you've got any doubts, you better let somebody elso do it. I could do it for you, but there is a little distance that you TT needs to be traveling then....
Let the BASS be louder
steve-wilson    posted on 28-07-2008 13:02
yeah thanks, i think i'll try and get someone to do it, if not i'll take it to a shop. does anyone know roughly how much i would expect to pay?
Lead    posted on 28-07-2008 13:17
This is not a standard fix so somebody needs to find out what compenents to use and he has to munt everything. I think this will take about 1 or 1,5 hours, count on about 2 hours labour + parts.

I think they need about 20 minutes to figure out what to use and then another 45 minuts for assembly.
Let the BASS be louder
steve-wilson    posted on 28-07-2008 18:22
well i have the parts (well there on there way), bought them off ebay, a hope a can find someone to do it cheap
Tekhead    posted on 01-09-2008 01:16
go 2 a local electroshop like Tandy en ask them to solve the new ledlights to the printplate, do not forget 2 remove the old bulb. Succes

ps. I did this change of light before,and completin' this job in 2 hours
Floated on the waves of Fantasy, see my dream come true
User edit by Tekhead on 01-09-2008 @ 01:20:14 (54%)
Lead    posted on 01-09-2008 01:21
if you bring stuff away for repair you bettor NOT remove parts yourself. Let everything do by them. If something goes wrong it cannot be your fault Winking my eye
Let the BASS be louder
steve-wilson    posted on 01-09-2008 21:57
got a quote from shop of £50 (just over €60) so decided to do it myself with my grandad.. wasnt to difficult,, and everything workd great Happy, laughing


  This is an old Topic

No new postings for 4.466 days.
 Post CommentThat would be 148.9 months
or a whopping 12.2 years
You might consider opening a new topic or reply anyway by pressing the green button...


59 Users online: 5 Guests (54 Unknown)*
Pages generated today : 23.643
Most users online this month : 274
Lifetime Pageviews : 183.132.474