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Music Hall MMF-9.3 Turntable

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$2,195.00 to $2,395.00

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Music Hall MMF-9.3 - Triple-Plinth Design Isolates DC Motor and Speed Controls on Own Base: Music Hall MMF-9.3 Turntable Provides Absorbing Audiophile Sound, Ultra-Quiet Vinyl Playback, Extraordinary Price-to-Performance Value

In the case of the Music Hall MMF-9.3 turntable, three is better than one. Three refers to the distinctive triple-plinth construction that allows this standout analog component to provide absorbing audiophile sound almost entirely free of the playback noise that plagues so many ‘table designs. The fully manual MMF-9.3 features a completely decoupled DC motor with 33RPM and 45RPM speed controls located in the left front corner of the ‘table, cancelling out any potential vibration to the cartridge. Speaking of the latter, an optional Goldring Eroica LX MC model with Gyger II line-contact stylus ($795 value) comes properly aligned and mounted for easy plug-and-play operation. You can also rest assured it will perform to its highest potential, as MMF-9.3 also boasts a pre-mounted carbon-fiber tonearm that delivers excellent stability and tracking – crucial for hearing all the details embedded in vinyl grooves. Sonic-First Functionality, Useful Accessories, and Attention-Getting Looks By isolating the motor and speed controls on their own vibration-damping base, and separating the sound-reproducing components (main bearing, platter, tonearm, cartridge) on the top platform and away from the tip-toe feet and wiring mounted on the bottom platform, MMF-9.3 achieves a sonic-first functionality offered by very few designs anywhere near this price range. Sorbothane hemispheres between the platforms, an inverted ceramic main bearing for ultra-quiet operation, a non-resonant one-inch-thick acrylic platter, high-quality gold RCA connectors, built-in level, dust cover, and 45RPM adaptor further enhance the incredible price-to-performance value of this statement piece. Factor in the attention-getting high-gloss piano-black lacquer finish and Music Direct's Money-Back Guarantee, and MMF-9.3 allows you to have your cake and eat it, too.
  • music hall’s unique triple plinth construction
  • one-piece full carbon fiber tonearm
  • counterweight’s center of gravity is level with the stylus tip, is decoupled from the arm, and acts as a resonance damper
  • completely isolated/decoupled DC motor with 33⅓ and 45 rpm speed controls located in the front left corner of the turntable, thus canceling any potential vibration from the motor/belt to the cartridge
  • motor sits on its own resonance damping puck
  • optional Goldring Eroica LX low-output moving-coil cartridge with Gyger II line contact stylus ($795 value)
  • the cartridge supplied is properly aligned and mounted
  • inverted ceramic main bearing for super quiet, fluid operation
  • non resonant, 1” thick acrylic platter
  • soft felt platter mat
  • high quality gold RCA connectors and detachable phono cable
  • adjustable tip toe feet with anti scratch cups
  • low noise fully manual belt drive design
  • built-in round spirit level for proper leveling
  • dust cover and 45 rpm adaptor included
  • excellent instruction manual and easy assembly

  • Technical Data:
  • power supply 15V / 0-0.8mA DC, universal PSU
  • power connection 110/120 or 230/240 Volt, 50 or 60 Hz
  • standby power consumption < 1 W
  • speeds 33 ⅓ & 45 rpm electronic speed change
  • wow and flutter ± 0.10 %
  • speed deviation ± 0.06%
  • rumble max > – 73 db
  • effective tonearm length 9 in. (230 mm)
  • tonearm weight 250 g (without counterweight)
  • effective tonearm mass 8.5 g
  • overhang 18 mm
  • w18.25 x d13.25 x h7.25 in.
  • 40 lbs. pkg.

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    Just received and set up the 9.3 table with the Eroica LX cartridge. The sound is incredible, layered and precise. I doubt that you can do better for twice the price. I have it running through a McIntosh MA7900 to B and W 802 D3 speakers. The table takes some careful setup but is very stable thereafter. I will update after break in but I can say that on good vinyl it just keeps getting betterThis is an excellent product. Unbelievable sound dimensionality and excellent build. The cartridge is worth the price alone. I have it running through a McIntosh MA 7900 into B and W 802 D3s. This system would show up any flaws immediately. Alos a very stable turntable. Requires some careful setup but manual is excellent. I doubt that you can do better for the price.