Pioneer PL-320 Direct Drive turntable

Pioneer PL-320 Direct Drive turntable


Made in Japan in the early 1980's, the Pioneer PL-320 was also sold as a Pioneer PL-4, and contains many of Pioneer's major advancements in technology at the time, such as the graphite tonearm and the stable hanging rotor motor - pretty much the thinnest direct drive motor ever made.


It has a high quality, low mass, straight tonearm, with anti-skating for well-balanced sound. The removable headshell can accomodate a wide range of cartridges should you ever choose to upgrade. It has a built-in stroboscobe, and adjustable speed so that you can adjust the pitch to perfection.


It is a semi-automatic direct drive turntable - perfect for those who don't want to get up at the end of a record and prefer to let the turntable return the tonearm to rest for you.


This turntable has been recently serviced and is ready to spin for you. It also comes with a new stylus and is fully setup in all repects.  It comes with a lid but no hinges.  



Type: direct drive

Motor: coreless DC servo, stable hanging rotor, hall motor

Speeds: 33 and 45rpm

Wow and flutter: 0.025%

Rumble: 78dB

Tonearm: static-balanced low mas polymer graphite straight pipe arm

Effective length: 221mm

Overhang: 15.5mm

Cartridge weight range: 3 to 8g

Dimensions: 420 x 108 x 367mm

Weight: 5.8kg