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Sumiko Debut Carbon Turntable

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Sumiko announced the entry-level Debut Carbon Turntable, successor the Pro-Ject Debut III, which sets a new standard in terms of performance and value. The most profound upgrade is the addition of the 8.6″ completely carbon fiber tonearm that increases stiffness while decreasing unwanted resonances resulting in a higher fidelity presentation of your treasured recordings. Fitted to the carbon fiber arm is a true high-end cartridge, the 2M Red by Ortofon. This arm/cartridge combination is quite capable of exceptional tracking and recovery of the musical nuance found within the records grooves. The attractive resonance-reducing MDF plinth supports a heavier 300mm diameter metal platter for smoother rotation and lower wow and flutter.

Additionally, a felt record mat is employed for superior record support and coupling. The platter and plinth assembly sits upon four-point “O”-ring feet designed for energy absorption and the plinth-mounted motor is isolated by a new Sorbothane suspension keeping unwanted noise and vibration to a bare minimum. Chassis mounted RCA output jacks allow for the use of higher quality interconnects for even better sonic performance.

Price and Availability
The Sumiko Debut Carbon will be available April 2012 for $399 in seven high-gloss fashion colors (Black, Red, Green, Blue, Yellow, Silver or White) and a full-sized hinged dustcover is included. See more about: Turntables, Sumiko Turntables.

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  1. bob r

    September 8, 2013 at 4:08 pm

    The platter and plinth assembly sits upon four-point “O”-ring feet designed for energy absorption and the plinth-mounted motor is isolated by a new Sorbothane

    Why are the retail stores removing the two Sorbothanes
    from the motor mounts ? when it does not say to remove them in the instructions book

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