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Denon DP-35F

Fully-Automatic Direct-Drive Turntable

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Denon DP-35F

Description

The DP-35F features Denon's dynamic servo tracer system to control low frequency resonance in the low mass straight tonearm.

It has outstanding anti-howling characteristics achieved by a cabinet made of HDC (high density compound).

The lightweight straight tonearm extracts the maximum performance from today's high compliance cartridges.

Finally, the unit is fitted with Denon's unique magnetic record detection system.

Specifications

Drive system: servo controlled direct drive

Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm

Wow and flutter: below 0.012% WRMS

S/N ratio: over 78dB

Platter: 30mm aluminium diecast

Motor: Linear drive

Speed control: servo by frequency detection and phase servo control

Tonearm: dynamically balanced, straight tube

Effective length: 220mm

Overhang: 16mm

Auto system: electronically controlled fully automatic

Cartridge: DL-60 MM type

Stylus force: 1.8g

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Comments

DP-35F Service Manual

Anyone has the service manual for the Denon DP-35F???

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Tonearm adjustment

I have a problem with my tonearm, the weight just slides and can slip off easily. There is nothing holding it and allowing it to spin properly when being set, I mean there is no way to adjust the balance. Does anyone know what I'm missing? Thanks, Adam

denon dp-35f

arm is not moving
can you help?