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Kenwood KD-750

2-Speed Direct-Drive Turntable

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Kenwood KD-750


The features of the Kenwood KD-750 turntable include:

SC Quartz-lock controlled direct drive assembly

New type 20-pole 30 slot SV DC servo motor

Newly developed quartz lock using MOS type FET LSI

180 slot speed proportional integration type speed detector

All electronic brake

All tonearm connector pins gold plated

Collet-type chuck tonearm base

Reactionless arm elevation system

Anti-skating mechanism

T-shape magnesium headshell

Low-capacity phono cord with gold plated pin plug

Kingrose cabinet with ARCB anti-resonance compression base

Dual suspension and adjustable height insulators


Drive: quartz PLL direct-drive system

Motor: 20 pole, 30 slot brushless DC servo motor

Platter: 33cm, 2.6kg aluminium alloy die-cast

Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm

Wow and flutter: less than 0.022% WRMS

Signal to noise ratio: more than -74dB

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

Effective length: 245mm

Overhang: 15mm

Stylus pressure range: 0 to 3g

Usable cartridge range: 4 to 14g

Dimensions: 490 x 165 x 423mm

Weight: 17.5kg


instruction/owners manual  English

service manual  English

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Guess it's a pic of my KD-750.
BUT: I don't give a damn.

Using a Dynavector KD-507 and Shure VST; as the arm is to large had to change the cover for that of a Technics SL-P1000.

Great Player 30 years of age by now, but working like on it's first day.


now working by me since roundabout 30 years - without any problem

... using Dynavector Rubin