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Pro-Ject RPM 10 Carbon Turntable

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$3,499.00 to $3,999.00

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Powerful sound, excellent speed stability, natural musicality, and stalwart build quality that extends from the hefty 32-pound Ground-It Carbon equipment base to the 10" 10cc Evolution tonearm and pre-mounted Sumiko Blackbird phono cartridge: The SuperPack version of the Pro-Ject RPM 10 Carbon turntable spoils music lovers with rich, involving sonics and a feature set that makes reference-quality playback a reality for a cost well below many other ‘tables in its class. Named an Outstanding Product by Hi-Fi News, RPM 10 Carbon supplies the distinguished detail, expansive soundstages, desired warmth, and frequency response that makes high-end analog playback so addictive and engaging. RPM 10 Carbon is nothing if not authoritative. You'll enjoy sound that's both smooth and textured, delicate and bold, cinematic and detailed, deep and open. Electronic speed control with 33/45RPM switching and a decoupled motor with a massive steel base offer tremendous convenience and ease. Every aspect of this ‘table's design – down to the tonearm wiring – is devised to optimize performance and bring you closer to the artists you love.

Meticulous Construction and High-Grade Components Beget Involving Performance

Every great turntable needs a rock-solid foundation or it will be entirely compromised. RPM 10 Carbon meets this criteria and more. Its thermo-treated, extra-heavy plinth is comprised of a sandwich of CNC-machined MDF, resin-coated steel pellets, and carbon fiber that lends to superb resonance control. Magnetic feet decouple the mass-loaded subchassis from the surface on which it rests, resulting in even greater stability and precision. A polished aluminum platter with TPE damping and inverted ceramic main bearing account for the tremendously accurate speed and virtually inaudible rumble. RPM 10 Carbon's 10cc Evo tonearm – complete with Connect-It tonearm cable in this SuperPack edition – boasts a conical carbon-fiber arm tube and an inverted bearing for incredible tracking ability, superior rigidity, and enhanced damping. In addition, the tonearm is compatible with almost every MM and MC cartridge in existence. A DC-driven Speed Box? That's here, too. All that's missing are your records. So go for it. Supersize your vinyl listening experiences with the SuperPack version of the Pro-Ject RPM 10 Carbon.
  • Advanced sandwich construction of plinth with combina-tion of MDF, carbon fibre and steel pellets
  • Plinth manufactured with thermo treatment
  • Mass loaded subchassis design with magnetic feet
  • 14,5kg Ground it Carbon equipment base included
  • Inverted main bearing with ceramic ball/plate
  • Extra-heavy acoustically inert aluminium platter with TPE damping and vinyl mat on the top
  • DC power supply with AC motor
  • Precise DC driven AC generator (Speed Box) built-in
  • Electronic speed control with 33/45 rpm switching
  • 78 rpm optional
  • Outboard motor construction with massive steel base
  • Pre-mounted 10“ tonearm 10 cc Evolution
  • 5P Connect it Phono CC cable with RCA plugs (XLR available as an option)
  • Technical:
  • Speed 33, 45 (electronic speed change)
  • Drive principle belt drive
  • Platter 10,4kg aluminium (300mm diameter)
  • Mains bearing inverted stainless steel with ceramic ball/plate
  • Wow & flutter 33: +/- 0,11% 45: +/- 0,10%
  • Speed drift 33: +/- 0,01% 45: +/- 0,01%
  • Signal to noise - 75dB
  • Tonearm 10” Carbon EVO
  • Effective arm length 254 mm
  • Effective arm mass 8,5 g
  • Overhang 16mm
  • Tracking force 10 - 35mN
  • Supplied counterweights 5 - 7,5gr / 7 - 10gr / 9 - 11gr / 10 - 14gr
  • External power supply 15 volts DC / 1,6A
  • Power connection 110/120 or 230/240 Volt - 50 or 60 Hz
  • Power consumption 15 watts max / < 0,3 watts standby
  • Dimensions 480 x 210 x 330mm (WxHxD)
  • Weight 22,0 kg net
  • Weight base 14,5 kg net
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    I have owned many tt arm combos throughout the years. In recent years I have had an LP12, a Basis 1400 Sig, Audio Note. I figured I would really go for it and get the VPI Prime. It sounded good, but I had a couple of issues with it plus the arm is anything but easy to keep adjusted. I finally had enough! I parted ways with the VPI Prime and acquired the Pro-Ject RPM 10 Carbon. This table is quite massive. It is the best sounding turntable I have ever owned though. It is very extended with control. Huge soundstage, music emerges from a black background and blooms. Liquid and transparent. It sounds better than my $4k VPI Prime did and once adjusted it stays put. I am wanting for nothing else.