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Andover Spindeck Belt-Drive Turntable Simplifies Record Listening

Affordably priced at $299, Spindeck simplifies turntable setup and listening to records when used with the Andover Audio Spinbase speaker.

Andover Audio Spindeck Belt-drive Turntable with Spinbase Speaker

Plug-and-Play Setup

Andover Audio today introduced Spindeck, a $299 belt-drive turnable that’s designed to work with the company’s Spinbase turntable-ready speaker that’s also $299. The $598 combo provides customers of all backgrounds a plug-and-play turntable system right out of the box. Alternatively, Spindeck can be used with any phono preamp or compatible stereo or A/V receiver.

Featuring high-quality materials and precision-engineered parts, Spindeck simplifies turntable setup with a tonearm featuring a pre-set counterweight and pre-mounted Ortofon Custom OM Series cartridge. The main chassis of the turntable is made from engineered particle board, which is sturdy yet light weight. Housed underneath the chassis is an ultra-quiet synchronous motor with a silicone belt that drives a low-resonance platter made from MDF.

Andover Audio Spindeck Belt-drive Turntable

An AC-powered motor control effectively minimizes unwanted vibration. The main platter bearing consist of a stainless-steel spindle and a bronze bushing with a Teflon bottom, to ensure long-lasting playback.

“Spindeck is a precision turntable that features high-quality materials and superb sound. It comes out of the box pre-set and ready to play. Its simplicity belies its elegant engineering that will extract the most from records with minimum wear. It’s the perfect companion to our Spinbase turntable speaker system, or any other system where the listener wants great sound with no fuss.”

Bob Hazelwood, Director of Engineering, Andover Audio

Features

  • Speed: 33/45 (Manual Speed Change)
  • Principle: Belt-Drive
  • Speed Variance: 0.8% (33 RPM); 0.7% (45 RPM) 
  • Wow and Flutter: 0.29% (33 RPM); 0.27% (45 RPM) 
  • Platter: 0.12 in (300 mm) MDF with Felt Platter Mat
  • Main Bearing: Stainless Steel 
  • Tonearm: 8.6 in (218.5 mm) Aluminum 
  • Effective Tonearm Mass: 8.0 g 
  • Overhang: 0.86 in (22.00 mm)

Price & Availability

Spindeck is now available for purchase directly on AndoverAudio.com and at AudioAdvice for $299 in white or black.

Spinbase is also available in white or black for $299 at AndoverAudio.com.

About Andover Audio

Since its formation in 2012, Massachusetts-Based Andover Audio has provided design and manufacturing services to the most recognized brands in automotive, professional and high- performance audio. Andover is now focusing its acclaimed expertise on self-branded products that artfully blend premium innovative audio technologies with distinctive design. Andover’s mission is to build products that make no-compromise sound easy to buy, simple to setup, and a pleasure to use.

The Andover team, led by former Cambridge SoundWorks General Manager Rob Mainiero, is a group of audio experts and veteran engineers who hail from a lineup of iconic companies that, include Acoustic Research, a/d/s/, Advent, Apogee Acoustics, Advent, Harman, Bose, and others. 

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