Servo Belt-Drive Turntable (1977-1981)
The Transcriptors Transcriber is constructed from aluminium and stainless components, housed in a clear toughened glass case, with all glass edges ground.
The unit features a main bearing of thin section, ground and polished stainless steel running into teflon bushes, and onto a tungsten thrust pad.
The platter of the Transcriber is of heavy construction, driven by two 24-pole AC synchronous motors via a neoprene belt.
The turntable is supplied fitted with a Transcriptors Microtracer tonearm, a jewelled unipivot arm with fluid damping.
Type: manual turntable
Drive method: via thin section neoprene belt
Motor: 2 x 24-pole synchronous
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Platter: 305mm, non-ferrous, five-point disc suspension platter weights
Wow and flutter: 0.05%
Tonearm: jewelled unipivot, fluid damped
Pivot to stylus: 38mm
Moving mass: 13.4g
Tracing error: 0.1 degrees
Dimensions: 514 x 364 x 170mm
Weight: 17kg (packed)
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