Two Speed Belt Drive Turntable
Drive: Dual 8-pole synchronous motor via a precision flat belt
Starting time: approx 2s to 33.33rpm
Platter: 300mm, 1.3kg, non-magnetic, detachable
Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm
Pitch control: 6%
Wow and flutter: <0.08%
Rumble: >63dB weighted
Tonearm: torsion resistant tubular aluminium in four point gimbal
Effective length: 222mm
Stylus pressure: 0 to 3g
Dimensions: 420 x 148 x 365mm
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Dual Belt Drive Turntables
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Got this TT few days ago, and already is my favorite! It has Shure cart M95ED and sounds much better than my Pro-Ject with Denon DL-160. 30 years old but still great machine. It's real German Kraftwerk :D
10/10 by Jadran
I've had this turntable since 1976 and have not had one issue. True German craftsmanship! It came with the Shure V15 Type III cartridge. One of the best.
10/10 by JPWill
Found this turntable in a garage sale for $10.00. It was a little dusty, but I cleaned it up, and checked everything out and it works perfectly. The original cartridge was baffed, so I put on my old Shure M95ED and the sound is great. It blows my 35 year old Sony out of the water (naturally). Interestingly, it seems to deal with our fluctuating power grid really well. Happy me.
10/10 by Up Yer Nose