Goldring Lenco GL 72
Four Speed Idler Drive Transcription Unit
Skill, care and precision are standard features of every part of the Goldring-Lenco range, irrespective of price.
So, a unit like the GL72P which is not in any sense an expensive turntable, is in every respect a good one.
An attractive teak base carries the precision made GL72 with its excellent features for ease of control and fine reproduction.
It incorporates continuously variable speeds from 30 to 86rpm
It has the lightweight L69 arm which is lowered gently on to the record by a viscously damped lowering device.
The bias compensation is simple yet effective, giving you scope to use most quality stereo cartridges.
Motor: 4-pole constant velocity with conical rotor spindle
Speeds: infinitely variable between 30 and 86rpm
Platter: 3lbs, 12" diameter
Wow and flutter: 0.12%
Speed variation: +-0.3%
Tonearm: Knife edge bearings, counter balance weight, anti-skating compensator and viscously damped pick-up lowering device
Stylus pressure: adjustable from 0.5g
Headshell: Removable lightweight for 1/2" mount cartridges
Total arm length: 9 3/8"
Mounting distance: 8 1/4"
Overhang of stylus: 5/8"
Total adjustment of overhang: 1/2"
Dimensions: 12 x 15" baseplate
P flyer (en) - alanomt
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Goldring Lenco Idler Drive Turntables
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A very good deck. Can be constructively improved and the tonearm is I think better than the L75.
Snags are handleing. Finger congestion on/off switch are and you have to know where the bite point is when you lower the needle via this switch like a veteran or you risk a bent cantilever. **** MB
8/10 by decanterlime