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Revolver Rebel

2-Speed Belt-Drive Turntable

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Revolver Rebel


The Rebel was Revolver's entry level turntable featuring their trademark split plinth, belt drive system and Japanese sourced tonenarm.

The plinth came in a variety of finishes including plain black or blue marble effect.

Italian wood veneers where available for an extra premium on the Rebel Exotic.


Type: manual turntable

Drive: belt drive

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Tonearm: straight tubular arm

Effective length: 229mm

Headshell: fixed


The Revolver Rebel is a good looker and succeeds in making listening to music an enjoyable pastime. Maybe you can fault some aspects of it's performance in h-ifi terms but you can't ever accuse it of making music bland or unexciting - £199 (Rebel Exotic £219) What HiFi 1992


instruction/owners manual (alt scan)  English

user booklet  English - Roddersl42

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