The SinCos power supply for turntable synchronous motors is available now in our shop. It upgrades your old turntable to with an quartz-stabilized power and has many features that improve the audio quality of your turntable.
If you do not want to flash the microcontroller by yourself, there are also programmed microcontrollers available.
Note: This power supply supports only low-voltage synchronous motors. If your turntable is direct driven or uses a DC motor, you cannot use this circuit.
The new dual-mono platINA boards arrived today. You can order it in the online shop. Free shipping!
Now also the VSPS and the additional Curl PrePre are available on circuits.io for non-commercial use.
The web page for the platINA MM/MC phone stage is now online.
The Beogram 1200 is not the most advanced record player – but it may be the most stylish. Jacob Jensen designed it in 1969. It is part of the design collection of the Museum of Modern Art.
The German company Dual had a long history of idler-wheel record players. Many manufacturers introduced belt drive record players in the mid of the last century, but some companies still produced idler-wheel drives. Dual was the last big company building idler-wheel turntables. Dual produced the 1229 model during the years 1972 – 1974. It was mostly based on the Dual 1219.