Two Speed Semi Automatic Turntable
The Technics SL-D2 features Auto-return and Auto-stop.
The Direct-drive mechanism is powered by a brushless DC motor with B-FG servo control.
The unit is fitted with a universal tonearm with removable headshell.
Type: semi automatic turntable
Platter: 312mm aluminium alloy
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Motor: B-FG servo controlled
Pitch control: 10%
Wow and flutter: 0.03% WRMS
Tonearm: static balance, tubular
Tracking force adjustment: 0 to 2.5g
Effective length: 230mm
Cartridge: EPC-270C moving magnet
Dimensions: 430 x 130 x 375mm
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Submitted by midnightmayhem
This is my first direct drive turntable. It performs well with a Sure M97XE. Easy to use and simple. Would highly recommend this table to anyone considering it. You can never go wrong with a technics table. The tonearm is well constructed and easy to balance. If you can get a one of these tables for under a $100 it is a screamin deal.
Submitted by iGlad
I bought mine 2nd hand in 1992 for £60 and it came with a Nagaoka MP11 cartridge and stylus at the time I had no idea what the cartridge was at the time as all I knew it played the records I put on it well. I can honestly say its never given me any major problems it just works and I love it as its been my main player in the house (I have a Dual 410 in the shed). I can recommend it to anyone starting out and looking at their first deck. Its nice and solid and isn't susceptible to vibrations especially as I have a wooden floor. If you see on under £60 buy it.