Intially made in 1975, the Technics SP-10MkII was the turntable of choice for every radio station that played vinyl. Designed to spin forever, these are amongst the best turntables ever made.
This one is super special. Completely restored, it resides in a professionally made plinth that is a remake of the original obsidian plinth in shape and size.
It has a 12 inch carbon fibre tonearm, fitted with a Technics EPC-310MC cartridge. Additionally it comes with a custom-built modern power supply.
Specifications (turntable unit only)
Motor: brushless DC motor, electronic rectification, quartz-controlled phase-locked servo circuit
Plater: 320mm 2.9kg aluminium
Speeds: 33, 45 and 78rpm
Pitch control: 10% (mk2P)
Starting torque: 6kg-cm
Build up time: 0.25s to 33rpm
Braking time: 0.3s from 33rpm
Speed fluctuation by load changes: 0% within 5kg-cm
Wow and flutter: 0.025% WRMS (JIS C5521)
Rumble: -73dB (DIN 45539B)
Dimensions: 102.5 x 368.5 x 368.5mm