2-Speed Direct-Drive Automatic Turntable
The newly developed silent synchrotor system, featured in the XR-Q7 turntable, has been proven to prevent the reactionary force generated by the direct drive motor from vibrating the turntable cabinet.
It does so by rotating the silent synchrotor in a direction opposite to that of the direct drive motor at any given moment, thereby cancelling any torque fluctuations as they occur.
Other features of the Sansui XRQ7 include a quartz-servo system for perfect speed control, an amazing vibration free D-O-B tonearm with vibration free tonearm base, precise computer controlled fully automatic operation and a solid platter mat which helps assure optimum reproduction quality.
Type: 2-speed, fully automatic turntable with synchrotor and quartz servo system
Motor: Coreless and brushless Hall DC motor
Drive system: direct spindle drive with synchrotor system
Platter: 330mm aluminium alloy
Wow and flutter: less than 0.009%
Siganl to noise ratio: better than 80dB
Platter speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Tonearm: Statically balanced straight D-O-B tonearm with two part pivot support
Effective length: 245mm
Offset angle: 22 degrees
Cartridge weight: 4 to 9.5g
Cartridge: SV-101 Dual magnet type
Dimensions: 490 x 180 x 430mm
The XR-Q7 sounded rather loud and forward, with a significant defocusing of central images especially in the midrange, but pitch and timing were however, rather good - £270 HiFi Choice 1983
service manual - Cobra2
instruction/owners manual - Maxfix
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