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Kenwood

Started life in 1946 as Kasuga Radio Co then changed names three times, firstly to Kasuga Radio Industry Corporation in 1950, then Trio Electronics in 1960 and finally Kenwood Corporation in 1986.

Kenwood

In the late 70's Kenwood produced many increasingly complex direct drive turntables, culminating in the amazing L-07D.

Gallery

Kenwood Gallery

Idler Drive Turntables

KP-4021
KP-5021
P-2000
PC-1200
PC-200
PC-350
PC-400

Belt Drive Turntables

KD-291R
KD-1033
KD-1600
KD-2000
KD-2033
KD-2044
KD-2055
KD-2100
KD-3033
KD-3055
KD-32F
KD-36R
KD-4033
KD-47F
KD-491F
KD-492F
KP-1022
KP-2021
KP-2022
KP-3021
KP-3022
P-100
P-110
P-26
P-28
P-T400

Direct Drive Turntables

KD-07
KD-2070
KD-2077
KD-3070
KD-3077
KD-3100
KD-4020
KD-40R
KD-4100
KD-44R
KD-500
KD-5033
KD-5066
KD-5070
KD-5077
KD-50F
KD-5100
KD-52F
KD-55
KD-550
KD-56R
KD-600
KD-650
KD-66F
KD-700
KD-7010
KD-74F
KD-750
KD-76F
KD-770
KD-8030
KD-850
KD-990
KP-5022
L-07D

Miscellaneous

DS-20 Disc stabiliser
TS-10 Ceramic Sheet

Catalogues

Platines Tourne-Disque

Contact

http://www.kenwood.com

P.O. Box 165, 1420 AD UITHOORN, The Netherlands

31 297 - 519 900



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