2-Speed Belt-Drive Suspended Turntable
The Systemdek IIX features a 3-point sprung chassis and AC synchronous motor.
The sub-chassis is formed from a heavy steel plate, reinforced by an aluminium extrusion.
Original models had 'oil pump' type main bearings and teardrop shaped mdf arm boards, later variants having oblong arm boards in aluminium, and plain main bearings.
The Standard platter on the IIX was glass, with an acrylic version (as used on the 2X2) available as an upgrade.
IIX - manual speed change
IIX electronic - internal electronic speed control
IIXE - offboard electronic speed control
IIX/900 - metal armboard
IIX/900AP - metal armboard / acrylic platter
Drive method: belt drive
Motor: 24 pole precision synchronous high torque motor mounted on an anti-vibration assembly
Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm (manual change)
Drive system: precision ground flat rubber belt
Platter: Glass 1.73kg, 10mm thick
Record mat: high density lambs wool
Speed drift: nil
Variation under load: 0.15%
Wow and flutter: 0.09% DIN
Rumble: 78/77 dB DIN weighted
Dimensions: 475 x 375 x 200mm
The Systemdek IIX surpasses any similarly priced rival and indeed, several more expensive models - What HiFi
Fine results were obtained on audition. Stereo images were well focused, while good depth and midrange detail were evident. The bass was notable for it's clean, even quality, showing good attack and tunefulness - HiFi Choice 1984
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