Optional Counterweight Cartridge Weight 5 – 10 grams
Tracking Force 5 – 30 mN
Drive Belt
Motor Synchronic AC
RCA, GND connectors Gold Plated
Speed 33,33 / 45,11 RPM
Speed Deviation +/- 0,5%
Speed Flutter +/- 0,1%
Signal to Noise Ratio S/N -60 dB
Speed Change Manual
Effective Tonearm Length 40 mm
Tonearm Mass 30 grams
Tracking Error 0
Anti-Skating 0
Height Adjustment (VTA) +/- 10 mm
Arm Height Adjustment range +/- 5 mm
Platter Height Adjustment range +/- 8 mm
Platter Weight / Diameter / Height 3 kg / 310 mm / 40 mm
Dimensions 450 x 350 x 180 mm
Weight Approx. 20 kg
Power Supply 110V – 240V / 50Hz – 60Hz
Power Consumption 2W
Pressure 0,030 MPa
Power Consumption 8W




A very low air pressure (0.030MPa) is needed for this turntable to work properly. The pressure is easily produced by a silent compressor, which is an inseparable part of the turntable.

The way the arm is operated on the air cushion is quite simple. Thanks to the pressure from the compressor, the arm bearing can detach and levitate in the air alongside the guide.

Due to the wide range of calibration options, the arm can support most MM /MC cartridges available on the market.


A very quiet DC motor (12V) is used to drive the platter. The motor, which is located next to the acrylic platter, transmits the torque using two thin silicon belts.

The platter bearing consists of a sleeve made of bronze and a high-gloss polished axis. The whole platter is resting on two balls immersed in an oil bath. The bearing is made with such a high precision that an oil film is created between the two friction elements, further reducing friction and bearing noise.

It is possible to choose a magnetic platter bearing that is using very strong neodymium magnets.

The turntable can play discs recorded at 33 and 45 RPM. The control panel located on the side of the turntable changes speeds and fine-adjusts the rotation of the disc. As a standard, a high-quality power supply unit, located in the compressor, is coming with the turntable. This allows for the compressor to be controlled from the panel on the turntable.

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