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Dual 510

2-Speed Belt-Drive Turntable

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Dual 510

Specifications

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

Weight: 4.3kg

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service manual  Deutsch

service manual  English


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Dual Belt Drive Turntables

Dual 510 / CS510 owners manual, service manuals and schematics are for reference only and the Vinyl Engine bears no responsibility for errors or other inaccuracies. The PDF files are provided under strict licence. Reproduction without prior permission or for financial gain is strictly prohibited. This website is not affiliated with or sponsored by Dual.

Comments

Top Budget Deck

The 510 is one of the best budget decks ever build.
Same arm and motor as 1249 but simplified platter
with lesser mass. Variopulley pitch. No automatic
functions but lift-off/motor-off.

dual 510 service manual

hello, little deception for me cause I can't read any service manual for the Dual 510 turntable, in english or german, the trouble is the same, it just appears some strange signs at top or bottom of the page and much pages are totaly white. I don't have problem whith the notice but I own the paper version...
best regards from france

Acrobat Reader

Hi,
Have you tried the latest version of free Acrobat reader? The files were made in Acrobat and are fully compliant with PDF standards, but not all 3rd party PDF readers support the latest PDF files (for example Apple Preview).

Regards,
JaS