EXCLUSIVE: MUSIC HALL DELIVERS NEW $599 TURNTABLE
Music Hall, the unsung hero when it comes to turntables, has announced a brand new turntable it calls the MMF1.5.
Music Hall's new model will sell for just $599 and includes an alloy tonearm, Music Hall Melody MM cartridge, 3-speed belt drive design, and features a built-in phono pre-amplifier (which can be bypassed if preferred) ready for connection straight to your existing stereo.
The MMF1.5 can even be plugged straight into the auxiliary input of portable or Bluetooth speakers allowing you to experience all the nostalgia and the theatre of vinyl playback.
The plinth is produced from MDF with a cherry real wood veneer, with specifically developed vibration damping feet.
The low noise belt-drive design with a separately isolated DC synchronous motor features adjustable electronic 33⅓, 45, and 78 rpm speeds, driving a full-size aluminium platter and special vibration damping platter mat.
The 9" S-shaped tonearm features a removable headshell and pre-installed, factory set moving magnet cartridge. Gold plated RCA jacks on the rear of the turntable and an included detachable phono cable complete the connections.
Geoff Matthews, Managing Director for Convoy told StereoNET:
Music Hall’s reputation for building the world’s best-value record players is further enhanced thanks to this new model. We look forward to welcoming a whole new group of vinyl lovers to the Music Hall family with the MMF1.5.
Authorised Music Hall stockists will receive stock of the MMF1.5 this week, and it will sell for $599 RRP.
For more information visit Music Hall.
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