Logic DM 101
2-Speed Belt-Drive Turntable
The Logic DM 101 is a belt-driven, sprung chassis turntable with AC synchronous motor.
From 1983 onwards the DM101 was fitted with an improved electronic power supply with two-speed switching.
Drive is by a synchronous motor via a precision ground, flat section belt.
The platter is a precision machined item in two-part form, the main platter having a high inertia value.
The main bearing has a die-cast aluminium housing supporting two PTFE bushes together with a carbide thrust pad.
Thrust is taken by a steel ball concentrically located in the end of the ground and diamond lapped spindle.
The 24 pole motor is mounted directly to the plinth on a 5mm thick steel plate.
Manufactured in solid 8mm thick aluminium, the chassis provides a rigid support between the arm mounting and the platter.
The DM101 chassis/platter combination is suspended from the plinth by a unique system known as Logic Mass Centre System.
Motor: 24 pole synchronous
Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm electronically switched
Wow and flutter: <0.08%
Dimensions: 480 x 380 x 150mm
Finish: hard lacquer, available in black or brown
Recommended for its exceptional bass neutrality and good isolation - £345 HiFi Choice 1983
advert (nov 1983) - rockdove
advert (aug 1982) - rockedove
advert (1984) - rockdove
installation/operation/service manual - Reggae1dub
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