Revolver The Turntable
Two-Speed belt drive turntable
The Revolver turntable features a split plinth cut from MDF sheet, the two halves isolated from each other by foam rubber.
The lightweight (1kg) platter is also cut of MDF and is topped with a felt mat.
Drive is via an AC synchronous motor with manual speed change.
Due to the design of the upper plinth arm choice is limited by the cut out provided by the factory.
Most often the deck was supplied with a Linn cut out and with either the Revolver arm, Linn LVX or Mission 774LC attached.
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Drive: round section peripheral belt
Motor: AC synchronous motor
Speed change: manual
Plinth: split design
Finish: grey or red
Tonearm: adjustable tracking force, anti-skating force, overhang and arm cueing height
Effective length: 228mm
Cartridge range: 2 to 10g
The Revolver's overall sound was nicely balanced...bass was free of boom or emphasis...stereo depth was good and had pleasant perspectives - £105 (motor unit only) HiFi Choice 1984
user booklet (en) - Roddersl42
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