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Avid Diva

Belt-Drive Turntable

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Three-point sprung suspension turntable with belt drive and sapphire cup main bearing.

Avid Diva

Description

The Diva has a 3.3Kg platter riding on 3-point variable frequency springs, driven by an electronically controlled power supply.

The standard armboard is cut for SME or Rega, with adaptors available for the RB1000, Wilson Benesch, Dynavector, Triplanar and Graham tonearms.

Standard suspension bars will accept 9" arms but long tubes can be specified for arms up to 12" in length.

Specifications

Drive: belt drive

Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm

Platter mass: 3.3kg

Bearing: inverted stainless steel, tungsten/sapphire thrust

Suspension: 3 point variable frequency springs

Motor: 24V AC Synchronous 50/60Hz

Frequency: 4.5Hz (variable)

Pickup arm options: SME and Rega arm board as standard. Adaptors for Rega RB1000, Wilson Benesch, Dynavector, Triplaner and Graham available.

Review

The turntable has a strong, defined sound that is extremely confident. This is helped by the solid bass performance and a distinct sense of assurance. It eschews romance for a feeling of power and detail.

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Avid Belt Drive Turntables

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