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Tuesday, August 29, 2017
TEAC Puts Two New Turntables Into Rotation


Making their exclusive preview at this year's AXPONA Audio Expo, the TEAC TN-300E and TN-350 are the newest additions to the TEAC family of USB equipped turntables.

Both two-speed models feature a built-in Phono equalizer for connection to any receiver or amplifier, as well as an integrated USB output to deliver CD-quality sound to your PC or laptop for digital archiving.

The TN-300SE has a stylish design, available in either walnut or matte black, and features a heavy-weight aluminum die-cast platter and static-balanced straight tone arm, along with an industry-standard VM (MM) type cartridge AT95E from Audio-Technica.

Available in a matte black or walnut finish, the TEAC TN-350 also boasts a polished aluminum die-cast platter, as well as an S-shaped tone arm for increased mass and a newly designed low-friction spindle for solid tracking and superior speed control. All these features are supported by an Audio-Technica AT95E cartridge.

The TN-300SE is available now at authorized TEAC dealers at an MSRP of $379.99, while the TN-350 carries a retail price of $399.99



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