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Music Hall MMF-7.3 Turntable

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$1,395.00 to $1,595.00

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Music Hall MMF-7.3 - Dual Plinth, Carbon Arm, Stand-Alone Motor & High-Mass Acrylic Platter Allow the 2M Bronze to Pull Astounding Detail from the Record Grooves

The Music Hall MMF-7.3 turntable is designed to give analog enthusiasts and sound-obsessed vinyl newcomers more time to spin records by eliminating the hassle associated with setup, measurements, and installation. Unlike most high-end turntables, the plug-and-play MMF-7.3 with the optional, preinstalled Ortofon 2M Bronze cartridge (a $440 value) leaves the factory ready to provide you with luxurious analog sound. (MMF-7.3 is also available without a cartridge.) Music Hall does all the work for you. A pre-mounted carbon-fiber tonearm with flexible wire and built-in spirit level mean all you need to do is place MMF-7.3 on its playing surface and you're in business. A host of high-end design elements and parts – including an isolated DC motor with speed controls – ensure rich, audiophile sonics.

Great Sound, Low Fuss, Sharp Looks, and Everything Else You Need (Even a Dust Cover)

The two-speed, dual-plinth ‘table's sound-reproducing components – platter, main bearing, tonearm, and cartridge – are isolated on the top platform and away from the adjustable tip-top feet on the bottom platter. Meanwhile, a DC motor with 33RPM and 45RPM speed controls resides on its own platform, completely decoupled from the turntable, yielding outstanding vibration control. Additional damping and suspension is provided by sorbothane hemispheres, which separate the two platforms. A high-precision stainless-steel main bearing sheathed in Teflon for low-noise operation, non-resonant acrylic platter with a record clamp and felt mat, dust cover, and 45RPM adapter round out this high-value, high-performance ‘table. If you want great analog sound, low fuss, and sharp looks, the high-gloss MMF-7.3 is at the ready.
  • music hall’s unique dual 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 Ortofon 2M Bronze cartridge with a nude fine line stylus ($440 value)
  • the supplied cartridge is properly aligned and mounted
  • precision stainless steel main bearing sheathed in Teflon® for noise-free, fluid operation
  • non-resonant acrylic platter with metal screw-on record clamp and soft felt 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 45rpm adaptor included
  • excellent instruction manual and easy assembly
  • Technical:
  • power supply 15V / 0-0.8mA DC, universal power supply
  • power connection 110/120 or 230/240 Volt, 50 or 60 Hz
  • standby power consumption < 1 W
  • speeds 33⅓ rpm & 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 h5.5 in.
  • 24 lbs. pkg.
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    Vinyl nirvana


    It's been 30 years since I truly enjoyed some of my vinyl from the 60's and 70's. I wasn't even sure if details would still be there. The first record , and I was impressed. After some adjustments to cables for hum, I got absolute silence from my phono input and heard detail on my headphones I didn't know were there. Absolutely nothing from the turntable but music. The Ortofon 2M Bronze isn't the most expensive cartridge out there, but I can't imagine how one could be more neutral and pleasantly musical. Nothing to concentrate on but the music and the recording. Sheer enjoyment. Highly recommended!!