2-Speed Belt-Drive Suspended Chassis Turntable (1965-1973)
The handsome slim line chassis of the TD-150 two speed integrated transcription turntable houses a host of advanced design features.
Conveniently positioned on the front is the precision cueing synchroniser.
Isolated from the tonearm, it suspends and lowers the arm smoothly and gently into the groove, extending the life of the stylus and record.
The anti-skate control maintains stylus position precisely on both walls of the stereo groove for distortion free reproduction.
The TD-150 tonearm has an adjustable low-mass plug-in headshell.
This permits tracking angle adjustment to an ideal 15 degree angle. Low friction accommodates high compliance cartridges.
The tonearm balance and stylus tracking force regulation allows half gram adjustments down to 0.5g.
Tracking error is below 0.2% cm of radius.
Finally, the action glide speed adjustment on the TD-150 changes speed smoothly and rapidly without jolting the stylus.
A prefix models came fitted with a tonearm but no base, B came with a base but no tonearm, AB was a complete unit including base
Drive method: belt drive
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Motor: 16-pole synchronous motor
Platter: 7 ibs, 12", precision balanced
Dimensions: 15 5/8 x 12 7/8 x 5"
They offer sure-fire sound quality for pin money, and a lot of fun in the tweaking department - Haden Boardman HiFi World
AB/AB mkII service manual - finkerbell
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