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Rek-O-Kut B-16H

16" 3-Speed Transcription Turntable

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Rek-O-Kut B-16H

Description

The universal demand for a 16", 3 speed transcription turntable, specifically designed and engineered for the three popular disc recording speeds, has now been filled by the Rek-O Kut model B-16H.

Entirely new elements of design and engineering, based upon suggestions made by leading engineers in the field, were embodied to produce this authentic three-speed turntable.

As a result, all three recording speeds, 33 1/3, 45 and 78 can be selected with equal facility simply by turning an indicator.

Here is another proud result of the recognised skill and ingenuity of Rek-O-Kut craftsmen.

The Model B-16H belongs in your station or studio.

The optional model C-7 console cabinet features a drop down front drawer with rack holding 100 transcription records and electrical outlets.

Specifications

Noise level: 50dB

Speed variation: NAB standard

Base: cast aluminium, radial ribbed for rigidity

Platter: 15" cast aluminium, lathe turned with extra heavy rim

Speed change: instantaneous

Drive: rim driven through idlers

Speed shift: mastermatic self locking

Motor: hysteresis synchronous

Finish: blue-gray wrinkle

Weight: 30lbs

Dimensions: 20 x 18 3/4"

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Rek-O-Kut Idler Drive Turntables

Rek-O-Kut B-16H / B16H owners manual, service manuals and schematics are for reference only and the Vinyl Engine bears no responsibility for errors or other inaccuracies. The PDF files are provided under strict licence. Reproduction without prior permission or for financial gain is strictly prohibited. This website is not affiliated with or sponsored by Rek-O-Kut.

Comments

16 inch

Ever see one?

The flywheel action makes an incredibly stable speed.
Because the platter alway rings on the outside circumference, the ringing is a long way from the record.
The idler wheel and motor is usually at the rim, which is a long way from the record.
The advantages of an idler drive (Platter mass added to motor mass for the lowest resonant frequency).
They sound huge and musical.

This Rek-O-Cut has one flaw:The edge of the platter should be shrouded for prevention of bearing impact from side thrust. A good installation will have a plywood baffle over the turntable to protect the edges.

Is the motor of B-16H made by Telefunken in Germany?

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