2-Speed Belt-Drive Suspended Chassis turntable available in mkI form (1972-1976), mkII (1976-1984), mkIV (1987-1988) and mkV (1988 on).
BC models where supplied with a blank tonearm board and no lift/lower device.
Despite it's moderate price, this handsome slim line integrated transcription turntable shares many of the advanced engineering features and refinements of the highly sophisticated Thorens TD-125 mark II series.
For example, the identical TP-16 tonearm and belt-driven synchronous motor used in the Thorens TD-125 mark II are incorporated in the TD-160C.
In addition, it comes complete with a walnut base and dust cover.
Here's the traditional quality and precision you have come to expect from Thorens, at a moderate price.
Similar to the LP12 in terms of neutrality, low frequency depth, eveness and ambience - HiFi Choice
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Thorens Belt Drive Turntables
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