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A1 Automatic Turntable From Pro-Ject

The A1 features a wooden base that sits on four silicon-damped feet. The automatic system was developed by one Alfred Fehrenbacher from St. Georgen in the Black Forest, Germany

The twin-speed system is entirely mechanical with no extra electronics built in. The automatic system is reportedly entirely disengaged when the record is playing. 

A1 Automatic Turntable From Pro-Ject

So all you have to do is set the playback speed and then push Start, the A1 takes care of the rest for you.

A1 Automatic Turntable From Pro-Ject

A built-in moving magnet phono stage is included although an external model can be utilised if you wish.

A1 Automatic Turntable From Pro-Ject

A low-mass 8.3” aluminium tonearm finished with a carbon fibre reinforced headshell is topped off with an OM 10 cartridge with an elliptical stylus tip.

A1 Automatic Turntable From Pro-Ject

Supplied with a damped metal platter, detachable dust cover and Pro-Ject’s Connect-IT E RCA phono cables, it’s price at £369.

To learn more, click www.henleyaudio.co.uk


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  • Reply
    10th March 2022 at 7:05 pm

    Doesn’t work for me. A fully automatic turntable for me should exude a bit of elegance and luxury. This looks utilitarian, like an appliance.

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      11th March 2022 at 11:29 am

      That might be a basic price thing, Mohsin – there are (more expensive) Thorens turntables out there that might be better suited to what you’re after. Check out my turntable reviews, I’ve reviewed a couple of them.

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