The twin-speed TN-4D is a new direct-drive turntable using a newly-developed brushless DC servo motor plus “…crystal-locked speed stability and smoother rotation while also eliminating cogging,” said the company
There’s also a new S-shaped tonearm with knife-edge, pivot-point bearings, developed in collaboration with SAEC Corporation.
Partnering the turntable is a built-in phono amplifier. Additionally, a USB port on the back panel allows you to digitally archive your vinyl collection via your PC/Mac.
Featuring a die-cast aluminium platter, multi-layer piano black or natural walnut veneer finish.
The TN-4D comes with an Oyster MM cartridge from Sumiko, pre-installed. Price is £599 and it will be available in June.
To learn more, visit www.teac-audio.eu
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