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Kenwood KD-1033

2-Speed Belt-Drive Turntable (1975-1979)

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Kenwood KD-1033


The Kenwood KD-1033 is a 2 speed, belt drive turntable featuring tonearm elevation, anti-skating device, direct readout stylus pressure and panel floating suspension.


Drive: belt-drive system

Motor: 4-pole synchronous

Platter: 30cm zinc alloy die-cast

Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm

Wow and flutter: less than 0.06% WRMS

Signal to noise ratio: more than 48dB

Tonearm: static balance type, s-shaped tonearm, eia plug-in connector

Effective length: 215mm

Overhang: 9.5mm

Stylus pressure range: 0 to 3g

Usable cartridge range: 4 to 10g

Dimensions: 456 x 347 x 145mm

Weight: 6kg


brochure  English

service manual  English - [noel_bat]

specifications  English

B instruction/owners manual  English

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