1200 plates technics faceplates (1)

As a small business, we like to support other small businesses, especially local ones. Decksavers is local to DJWORX HQ, but even nearer is 1200 Plates, a small start-up business just over the hill in Hebden Bridge. You’ll have seen these Technics faceplates in the past around these parts. But now instead of being a sideline of another  bigger business, Ric Morley has bitten the bullet and is now doing this as his full-time gig.

1200 plates technics faceplates (2)

Right now, 1200 Plates lives up to its name, with a selection of Technics 1200/1210 plates for MK2, MK3 and MK5 models. And they’re available in white, chrome, and gold too. But conversations with Ric indicate that this is just the start. And more than that I’m not going to say. 😉

There are literally millions of Technics turntables out there, so here’s hoping that pair by pair, they all get the 1200 Plates treatment. But please, not all at once — give Ric a chance to cope and hit the floor running.


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