Fully-Automatic Linear Tracking Turntable
The L-E600 is a new idea from JVC in compact, full feature turntables.
Its newly designed linear tracking tonearm is the reason behind its compact dimensions, and the reason behind its impressive low-distortion performance.
It is also extra easy to operate, thanks to electronic operation, front panel controls and built in safety features.
A linear tracking tonearm provides lower distortion and wider stereo separation.
In the L-E600, it also provides protection, as the tonearm is mounted on the lid and cannot be operated until the lid is fully closed.
Opening the lid during play immediately stops the platter and returns the arm to rest.
It is inconceivable that your records or the L-E600's cartridge can be damaged by accident or improper operation.
The unusual design has made possible the use of an extremely short tonearm.
The problem of resonance, so prevalent with long tonearms, is neatly avoided.
The turntable has but three light touch operations, an up-down cueing button, a start button and a stop button.
During manual operation, the start and stop buttons double as left-right tonearm cueing controls.
Type: coreless DC servo motor
Drive system: belt drive
Wow and flutter: 0.06% WRMS
Signal to noise ratio: 60dB
Platter: 295mm die-cast aluminium
Type: linear tracking, statically balanced, straight arm
Effective length: 102mm
Operation mode: fully automatic
Dimensions: 340 x 87 x 350mm
instruction/owners manual - dianenjim
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