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Michell Mycro

2-Speed Belt-Drive Turntable

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Michell Mycro


The Mycro was Michell's midrange model until the appearance of the Gyro SE.

The deck used a similar design to the Synchro, but featured an inverted main bearing and used the black acrylic platter from the GyroDec.


Drive method: belt drive

Motor: AC synchronous

Speed change: manual

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Platter: acrylic/vinyl

Main bearing: inverted


The Mycro is the result of elegant engineering, and it has an elegance of sound and an undeniable grasp of every kind of music to match - £539 (with RB300 arm) HiFi World 1992


instruction/owners manual  English - rasputinjnt

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