A rare direct-drive turntable of the "Golden Era"! The Kenwood KP-770D, released exclusively in Japan during the "golden era" of Japanese audiophile equipment, is a rather rare and highly sought-after direct-drive turntable. The KP-770D has impressive statistics, including an SNR of 80 dB and a noise figure of <0.02% WRMS. In addition to Kenwood's high quality, the KP-770D features precise and solid construction. The sound quality is excellent. In recent years, Kenwood turntables of this era have become increasingly popular due to their high quality.
The precision-engineered KD-770D is equipped with Kenwood's ultra-rigid DL motor and high-stability HS arm for exceptional accuracy in music reproduction.
It will play beautifully with the Sansui 9090DB and Pioneer HPM 1500 speakers
Mounted Goldring E3 cartridge
Drive system: direct drive
Motor: coreless and gapless PLL quartz servo motor
Platter: die-cast aluminum alloy with a diameter of 33 cm
Speeds: 33.33 and 45 rpm
Noise: less than 0.02% WRMS
Rumble: better than -80 dB
Arm : straight tubular arm
Effective length : 245 mm
Overhang : 15 mm
Needle pressure range : 0 to 3 g
Usable cartridge range: 2 to 12 g
Dimensions : 490 x 162 x 410 mm
Weight: 11.7 kg
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Pioneer PL-115D turntable, after full service. Speed sensing auto return mechanism. The PL-115D uses a speed-sensing auto-return mechanism that ensures precise operation while smoothly returning the arm to its resting position. This mechanism works perfectly even when playing distorted discs.
The Vintage Pioneer HPM 1500 - Unique - is one of the famous vintage speakers and the pinnacle of the HPM series. The acronym initially inconsistently meant "High Polymer Mylar", later being consistently referred to as "High Polymer Molecular", especially in the US in the 1980s. This heavy 4-way bass reflex speaker was sold from 1977 to 1980 for $500. The Pioneer HPM 150 was not a typical high-end loudspeaker, but rather a milestone in loudspeaker technology due to two changes. It introduced, on the one hand, the use of new materials (carbon fiber) for the construction of speaker cones, and on the other hand, an innovative "high-frequency high-polymer film".
The Vintage Sansui 9090DB receiver is a beautiful and powerful model of this brand - output power: 125 watts per channel at 8 Ω. It is an "export" model with the possibility of 4 different input voltages (100/120/220/240V). It was the 1966th unit from the assembly line No. 81 in March 1977 (by serial number).