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Turn 5 direct drive turntable From Reloop

Turn 5 is direct-drive turntable with a quartz-controlled brushless direct-drive DC motor, accented by gold trim

Reloop Turn 5 direct drive turntable 

Coupled to the dampening rubber base of the platter (which is also supplied with a rubber mat), the Turn 5’s motor supports 33, 45 and 78RPM playback with a choice of three buttons on the top plate. 

Reloop Turn 5 direct drive turntable 

A S-shaped tonearm arrives with a removable headshell. The tonearm features an anti-skate dial, adjustable VTA, a hydraulic lift system and a “heavy” counterweight. In the box, the Turn 5 is supplied with an Ortofon 2M Red cartridge.

 Reloop Turn 5 direct drive turntable 

The turntable’s chassis is a heavy-duty metal construction with shock-absorbing feet. The rear-mounted gold-plated, phono-level RCA outputs with separate earth connection are recessed into the chassis. You also get a dust cover. Price is £650

Reloop Turn 5 direct drive turntable  

To lean more call 01235 511166 or click henleyaudio.co.uk

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4 Comments

  • Reply
    Phil
    22nd August 2018 at 12:52 pm

    Hello ,
    Do you know if this turn 5 have an auto stop / Auto return arm at the end of face please ? Like the Turn 3
    Thanks a lot
    Phil

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      22nd August 2018 at 12:57 pm

      If you can bear with me, Phil, I’ve requested a review sample so will be able to address that then.

  • Reply
    Bill
    7th September 2018 at 12:01 pm

    Paul

    When you review could you test the tonearm bearing play and antiskate adjustment as these Hanpin OEM turntables all seem to have issues. The DJ tables may have looser bearings due to the nature of 5heir use but this one should be up to specification.

    Regards

    Bill

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      7th September 2018 at 12:18 pm

      Hi Bill – any build issues such as these will normally be visible in terms of use and sound quality so, in effect, I already do report on those issues but in terms that might be more relevant to the user as players of records. You can see, via my review of an earlier Reloop model that, unlike some reviewers, I took the aesthetics with a pinch of salt 🙂 : https://thevinylfactory.com/features/turntable-review-reloop-turn-3/
      I hope the company has improved matters since then.

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