PLL Servo Direct Drive Manual Turntable
Sansui's luxurious looking SR-636 shares the trim, slim profile and jet black luster of the highest priced manual Quartz Servo SR-838 in the latest line up of turntables from the company that makes 'only hi-fi, everything hi-fi'.
A comparison of the rumble and wow/flutter specifications of the two models, keeping in mind the SR-636 is considerably less expensive, will show the differences to be incredibly small - only one decibel difference in rumble and an entirely inaudible 0.0003% difference in wow/flutter.
Now compare the SR636 on it's own terms with the competition.
Only the SR636 features Sansui's new MCF (mass concentrated fulcrum) tonearm, our super accurate CR oscillator equipped PLL Servo system and direct drive motor, an electronic braking system, complex suspension, anti-howl cabinet, up-front control system and lot's more.
But only when you hear it perform can you be certain that it's the direct drive manual for you.
Type: manual turntable
Motor: 20-pole, 30-slot DC brushless type with built-in frequency generator
Drive: direct spindle drive, PLL servo-controlled
Platter: 318mm, 1.6kg, aluminium die-cast
Wow and flutter: less than 0.028% WRMS
Signal to noise ratio: better than 63dB
Rumble: better than -71dB
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Fine speed adjustment: +-2.5%
Tonearm: statically balanced, s-shaped, resonance-free MCF tonearm with two point pivot support and vertical stylus alignment device
Effective length: 230mm
Offset angle: 22.5 degrees
Cartridge weight range: 4 to 11g (11 to 20.5g with sub-weight)
Compensation: bias and lateral balance
Cartridge: SV-43 dual magnet type
Dimensions: 490 x 167 x 390mm
service manual (en) - moodydan
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Sansui Direct Drive Turntables
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