Belt Drive Fully Automatic Turntable System with Linear tracking tonearm
Type: fully automatic turntable
Drive method: belt drive
Platter: 300mm aluminium die-cast
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Motor: DC motor
Wow and flutter: 0.045% WRMS
Tonearm: linear tracking tonearm with plug-in connection
Effective length: 105mm
Cartridge: moving magnet
Tracking force: 1.25g (fixed)
Replacement stylus: EPS-30S
Dimensions: 430 x 96 x 351mm
A rather lightweight parallel tracker achieving a poor overall rating, with little to recommend it unless you dig facilities - £120 HiFi Choice 1992
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Technics Belt Drive Turntables
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Submitted by borgess
I like it. I have an Audio Technica cartridge and stylus. The sounds is clear and sharp. Very nice turntable!! Definitely don't agree with the review. It sounds almost as good as my SL-2000. Just can't beat direct drive or manual. Don't get angry but... a record on repeat???... pretty nice when you want to listen to some vinyl but you are busy in the garage or something. Just saying. :)
Submitted by markv1504
A simple workhorse of a turntable. Made between 86-91 (quite a long run for Technics) so it's a common and relatively recent model. They're often going cheap on Ebay, so never a problem finding spares and pretty easy to maintain/fix. Therefore a good starting point if you want to learn about Technics linear turntables.