Turnkey Music Hall mmf-1.5 Turntable is Ready to Rock
The reasonably priced Music Hall mmf-1.5 turntable includes a cherry wood veneer, an S-shaped 9-inch aluminum tonearm and an isolated C synchronous motor to provide users a fully featured turntable.
Analog continues to thrive in today's digital audio world, and helping to support analog in today's digital world is Music Hall through products like its new mmf-1.5 turntable.
The reasonably priced turntable is designed as a turnkey, fully featured analog solution that is plug-and-play for professional integrators.
Music Hall ships the turntable complete and ready to go to enable quick installations in a variety of music systems.
Factory built with a 9-inch S-shaped aluminum tonearm and a preinstalled Music Hall Melody phono cartridge, the mmf-1.5 includes a three-speed isolated DC synchronous motor that offers a choice of 33 1/3, 45 and 78 speeds.
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A key part of the Music Hall mmf-1.5 turntable's turnkey functionality beyond its preinstalled Melody phono cartridge is its built-in phono preamp. The built-in phono preamp features gold-plated RCA connectors, and Music Hall includes a detachable phono cable to help get users up and running.
Providing a basis for its musical performance, the mmf-1.5 employs a dense MDF plinth, along with a full-size aluminum platter, a vibration-dampening platter mat, and vibration dampening feet.
In addition to its standard functions, Music Hall also designed the mmf-1.5 turntable to grow with a user's changing musical tastes and performance aspirations. Some of the mmf-1.5 turntable's adaptable features include a removable headshell that allows users to swap cartridges as their tastes change, and the ability to bypass the turntable's built-in phono preamp to support the use of outboard, traditional phono preamps.
Other features Music Hall offers with the mmf-1.5 turntable include a cherry wood veneer finish and a dust cover.
Music Hall mmf-1.5 Turntable Specs:
- MDF plinth
- S-shaped 9-inch aluminum tonearm
- Preinstalled Music Hall Melody cartridge
- Built-in phono preamp
- Isolated DC synchronous motor
- Aluminum platter, vibration dampening mat and feet
- Adjustable, three-speed motor options with 33 1/3, 45 and 78
- Dust cover
Learn more on the company's website.
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