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Mission 775LC

2-Speed Belt-Drive Turntable

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Mission 775LC


The 775LC was Mission's entry level turntable designed to compete with the Rega Planar.

The unit was £99 for the turntable alone, or £165 fitted with the Jelco manufactured 774LC tonearm.


Drive: belt

Motor: 12 pole synchronous motor

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Plinth type: constrained layer damped MDF

Platter mass: 1.9kg

Speed accuracy: 0.15%

Speed variation: 0.15%

Start up time: 1.5 seconds

Wow and flutter: <0.1%

Rumble: -75dB

Dimensions: 135 x 430 x 330mm

Overall weight: 6kg (no arm fitted)


The Mission 775LC gave a tidy, coherent and well integrated sound. Dynamics are good, with an almost tactile percussive impact. Pitch and rhythm were also good, lending an almost 'boppy' effect with the help of an above average bass quality - HiFi Choice 1984


instruction/owners manual  English

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