2-Speed Belt-Drive Turntable
The Lenco L90 is powered by a 16-pole synchronous motor, which is completely shielded and spring mounted on the steel baseplate. The drive from the motor to the turntable platter is via a flat belt.
The pick-up arm with it's counterweight has 4 miniature precision ball races. The balance weight is especially sprung and designed to counteract rumble resonance and any mechanical shaking. The tonearm wiring is for stereo and also quadrophonic CD4. Stylus pressure is accurately adjustable from 0 to 5g. The lightweight interchangeable plug-in headshell can accommodate any pick-up cartridge with the international 1/2" size.
The turntable platter has an illuminated stroboscope round it's edge, the pick-up lowering device is hydraulically damped and an electronic fine speed adjustment provides -3 to +7% speed control.
The L90 is also fitted with an electronic switch which quietly and smoothly raises the arm and stops the turntable at the end of the record play.
Type: semi-automatic record player
Drive method: belt drive
Motor: 16-pole synchronous
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Speed adjustment: -3 to +7%
Tracking pressure range: 0 to 5g
stylus adjusting gauge - oz7aff
instruction/owners manual - hokuspokus
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