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Fisher MT-6330

2-Speed Linear Motor Direct-Drive Turntable

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Fisher MT-6330


The MT-6330 is a highly sophisticated turntable developed by Fisher to give many years of listening enjoyment.

The deck features Linear Drive, a novel engineering approach to the difficult task of rotating a turntable accurately and without undesirable drift is featured in this unit.

This drive employs 120 magnetic poles instead of the usual 4 to 24.

This achieves a completely uniform rotation and virtually eliminates wow and flutter as well as rumble.


Motor: 120 pole linear

Drive system: direct

Wow and flutter: 0.035% WRMS

Rumble: -70dB

Speed variation: +-3%

Tracking force: 2g

Platter: 314mm

Platter weight: 1.0kg

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Tonearm: S-form

Effective length: 222mm

Cartridge: MG-35V stereo magnetic

Dimensions: 440 x 380 x 138mm

Weight: 6.2kg


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service manual  English - Emref

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Fisher Direct Drive Turntables

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