Up for sale is this Onkyo CP-1027F Direct Drive Turntable. Cosmetically, this unit is in decent shape. It does have some scratching and dings from age as can be seen in the photos. The dust cover, as common with most turntables of this vintage, has a fair amount of wear on it. However, these can either be replaced or refinished. Functionally, this unit does appear to function well as it should. When I received the unit, the automatic function was not working. A common issue in these units is a degrading gear that allows the mechanism to function. This gear has been replaced with a new high quality piece and hopefully will provide many years of service.

The following have been tested and are working


-Platter spins at both speeds



-Speed Control



Thanks for looking, please feel free to reach out with any questions you may have!

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Due to age and the nature of old electronics, I cannot guarantee a specific lifespan. Therefore I will NOT be able to accept returns past the 7 day return policy. This means that from the date of delivery you will have 7 days to make returns should something not function as described. The functions listed above are guaranteed to work upon arrival so please ensure that everything functions as stated before the 7 days are up.

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Listed7 months ago
ConditionGood (Used)
Good condition items function properly but may exhibit some wear and tear.Learn more
  • CP-1027F
  • §§§§
  • 1980s

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Jack's Tape Deck Shack

Indian Trail, NC, United States
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