Turntable Section Drive Method Direct-Drive Turntable Type 305 mm Die-cast Aluminum Turning Speed 33 1/3 / 45 rpm Motor Type Brushless DC Starting Torque >1.0 kgf-cm Brake Electronic Brake Wow and Flutter 0.15% or Less at 33 1/3 rpm Signal-to-Noise Ratio >60 dB Tonearm Section Type Static-balanced, S-shaped Headshell Detachable Headshell Weight 10 g Effective Arm Length 230 mm Overhang 15 mm Applicable Cartridge Weight Range (Including Headshell) 15–20 g Tracking Error Angle Within 3º Anti-Skating Range 0–3 g Stylus Pressure Adjustment Range 0–4 g Cartridge Section Cartridge Type Moving-Magnet (MM) Output Voltage 2.5 mV/±3 dB (1 kHz at 3.54 cm/Sec.) Channel Balance <2.5 dB Load Resistance 47 kO Cartridge Weight 5 g Replacement Stylus DN-105ST Frequency Response 0±3 dB (10 kHz, Based on Value at 1 kHz) Channel Separation >18 dB (at 1 kHz) General Power Supply AC 220–240 V~, 50/60 Hz Power Consumption 6 W Standby Power Consumption 0.4 W Dimensions (W x H x D) 450 x 158 x 367.5 mm Weight 8.6 kg CARTON Dimensions (W x H x D) 542 x 243 x 465 mm Weight 11.2 kg Supplied Accessories • Instruction manual • RCA audio cable • Dust cover • Adapter for 17 cm 45 rpm records • AC cord
Onkyo CP-1050 – Nero
There’s never been a better time to rekindle your passion for collecting and listening to records. With the introduction of the CP-1050, Onkyo offers a turnkey solution for audiophile-level analog sound with less hassle and expense. It features a smooth and stable direct drive (there’s no belts to replace and less high-frequency noise) controlled by a quartz-lock system to ensure the aluminum platter rotates with utmost precision. The aluminum tonearm ships with a quality MM cartridge, and thanks to an innovative counterweight system and detachable headshell, can also accept most popular aftermarket cartridges. Together with solid MDF deck construction, these elements combine to deliver exceedingly beautiful sound that’s both clear and detailed while celebrating the lushness, depth, and warmth so beloved of the analog format. As you would expect from a company that created its first crystal turntable pickup for the CP-1000 back in 1946, every aspect of the design has been painstakingly engineered to deliver audio performance well beyond its suggested price.