Pro-Ject Debut Carbon DC
Turntable (Black)

RRP/SRP £369.00
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Pro-Ject Debut Carbon DC Turntable (Black)

The original Pro-Ject Debut was released in the late 1990's during a time when CD was king, and the vinyl format was presumed to be all but gone. But well over a decade later the model still stands and it deserves a key accreditation in the on-going success of a rejuvenated vinyl and budget turntable market. The Debut symbolises all that is good about the vinyl market; it is easy to set-up and fantastic to listen to, with the right mixture of user-friendliness and opportunity to tweak and upgrade.

The Debut Carbon expands on the Debut III in a variety of ways; namely the inclusion of an 8.6" carbon fibre tonearm, 12" platter and rear-mounted junction box. The motor isolation system also utilises a wholly unique rubber compound developed exclusively by Ortofon A/S to offer dramatically reduced resonance transference from the high-quality 230V motor the turntable employs.

Key Features

•8.6" one-piece carbon fibre tonearm, adding stiffness and reducing resonance around the pick-up cartridge (rarely found on budget turntables, due to high production costs)
•High-quality counterweight - helping further reduce unwanted resonance
•Two isolation 'feet' made especially by Ortofon A/S, used to decouple the motor from the plinth
•12" platter
•Junction box installed, allowing for the easy upgrade of turntable interconnects
•New power supply
•Factory-fitted Ortofon 2m Red
•Lid included

Speed 33, 45 (manual speed change)
Drive Principle Belt
Platter 300mm metal with felt mat
Tonearm 8,6", Carbon
Cartridge Ortofon 2M cartridge, pre-mounted
Optical digital output No
USB to PC (Ripping) No
Finish Black, Blue, Green, Grey, Red, White, Yellow
Product dimensions (mm) (W) 415 x 118 (H) x 320 (D)
Weight 5.6
Lid Included? Yes
What Hi-Fi 5 Star Review
"The Debut remains a seriously tempting proposition"

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