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Technics previews its new top-of-the-line turntable, the SP-10R

The new turntable aims to produce the most accurate sound possible
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Technics Reference Class SP-10R

Technics is outdoing itself once again with its most premium turntable to date, the Reference Class SP-10R. Utilizing the latest Technics analog and digital technologies, the new turntable features a new coreless direct drive motor that has stator coils on both sides of the rotor for better sound accuracy and power.

The substantial 15 lb platter is constructed out of a three layer structure that is made from die-cast aluminum, brass, and sound deadening rubber, which all work together to greatly reduce external vibrations. IT has also been equipped with a special power supply that helps reduce noise and vibration and because it's a separate component, none of the noise makes its way to the turntable. 

Available Summer 2018.


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