3-Speed Fully automatic Idler-drive turntable
Despite its versatility and precision, the Dual 1219 is quite easy to operate in either single play or multiple play mode.
It is also quite difficult to damage.
If you happen to switch to start when the tonearm is locked on the resting post, just wait till the switch returns to neutral, unlock the tonearm and start again.
If the speed is set at 45rpm when you have a 33rpm record on the platter, just change the speed accordingly, even if the tonearm is already cycling.
You can also do the same with the record size indicator.
Power supply: AC, 50 or 60Hz, changeable by changing motor pulley
Power supply voltage: 110/117V or 220V switchable
Drive: Synchronous continuous-pole motor with radial-elastic suspension
Platter: non-magnetic, dynamically balanced, 3.1kg
Speeds: 33, 45 and 78rpm
Pitch control variation: 6%
Rumble: -60db (weighted)
Tonearm: extra long, torsionally rigid metal arm, 4-point gimbal suspension, skeletal head design
Cartridge holder: removable, accepts all 1/2" cartridges from 1 to 12g
Dimensions: 376 x 334mm
diy service guide (en) - gridleakrick
instructions (revision) (nl) - Ploegje
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Dual Idler Drive Turntables
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Submitted by trunrt
How can any turntable over 40 years old and being completely rebuilt with pocket change be less than a ten ? Sounds and works flawlessly !
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Submitted by Erichkleiber
I have one from 1972 and still works very well! No problems and great sound
Submitted by LPTL081
I really like this turntable. It's far from being the best but I've had mine since 1971 and it still runs perfect, other than the usual TLC.