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Friday, March 11, 2011
Luxman Releases Analog Turntable


It's been more than 28 years since Japanese audio specialist Luxman released its first analog turntable (PD-300) and now the company plans to introduce the audiophile grade PD-171 model in the Japanese market.

Vinyl lovers in Japan will have to pay about 415,000 Yen ($5,022) in order to purchase the new PD-171 turntable in April.

The new belt drive turntable features a high-torque and high-output oscillator, it is made of aluminum and weighs 5kg. The rotation speed can be adjusted to 33.3/45rpm 4%. The turntable is also equipped with a 32bit precision clock generator and consumes 38W.



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