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Pro-Ject Audio Systems Debut RecordMaster Audiophile Turntable creates speed stability

The Pro-Ject Audio Systems Debut RecordMaster Audiophile Turntable has a DC-driven AC generator to deliver speed stability. You can change your speed between 33.3 and 45 rpm. This is via the push-button electronic option. Free from frills, this audiophile turntable solely focuses on the essential features needed for you to listen to superb music. In fact, it’s available with a USB computer connection. Furthermore, it’s easy to operate, making it ideal for beginners, too. It’s also built to a high standard and comes with a 300-millimeter steel platter belt drive design. As a result, it offers high-precision music creation that’s also kind to your ears. It’s something that all music lovers can afford, and it would make a great gift for a loved one.

Pro-Ject Audio Systems Debut RecordMaster Audiophile Turntable creates speed stability
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This is a great way to listen to music.
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Genevieve Healey
16.34" L x 4.65" W x 12.6" H
Drive Principle
Belt Drive
33, 45
High Gloss
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