Professional Four Speed Turntable
The skilfully designed 4 pole capacitor-start hysteresis synchronous motor in the P-68H provides low vibration and stability of each speed.
Wow and flutter which are caused by vibration of mechanism and leakage flux are also eliminated by utmost care and craftsmanship of long experiences.
A finely-finished 12" diameter aluminium die-casting turntable, with heavy rim for flywheel effect, guarantees the safest performance. A firm rubber mat protects record against abrasion and prevents flutter.
Speed change is made by knob on the panel, with 0 position between each speed.
There is a pickup mounting board on the right side of the panel, on which pickup can be easily mounted.
Motor: 4-pole hysteresis synchronous
Platter: 12 inch diecast aluminium
Speeds: 33, 45 and 78rpm
Signal to noise ratio: 45dB
Wow and flutter: 0.25%
instruction/owners manual (en, jp) - loomis
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I have had Garrard, Thorens, Lencos and each have their strengths and weaknesses. This machine i feel strangely has the most charm.
If you ever see one, definately give it a go, i think it deserves a lot of credit. It is a turntable you can live with. It does not mess you about like some of the others. Very honest deck that hasn't got the torque of the lenco or the build or weight of the garrard. But imho has a greater longevity in someways. You never get bored of listening to it and it seems to call you to play music whenever you listen to it.
set it up with a mono valve setup and you will be extremely impressed.
if it was made stronger and the motor adjustable then i think it would be taken more seriously but it would lose what it has and that is something worth keeping.
8/10 by finkclever