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JVC VC-9

2-Speed Belt-Drive Automatic Turntable (1972)

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JVC VC-9

Description

The JVC VC-9 is a 2-speed, belt-driven automatic turntable with AC synchronous motor.

Features include an oil-damped cueing device, stylus pressure adjustment, anti-skating control, vertical tracking error correction device and a universal type headshell.

Specifications

Motor: 6-pole hysteresis synchronous outer rotor motor

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Platter: 8lbs, 12", zinc die-cast

Tonearm: static dynamic balanced type tubular arm

Stylus: diamond

Stylus pressure: 2 to 2.5g

Frequency response: 10 to 25,000Hz

Wow and flutter: less than 0.05%

S/N ratio: more than 58dB

Record capacity: up to 6 records

Dimensions: 17 x 15 x 10"

Weight: 23.3 lbs

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