ta 1 turntable
No Tonearm – Product #7229
With TA 1 Tonearm – Product #7230
With TA 2 Tonearm – Product #31085
33.3 & 45 rpm
Bronze Collar Bearing with ABEC7 Carbonized Ceramic Ball Bearing
Single 24 Pole Synchronous AC Motor
Removable Spindle Cover
The P-Series TA-1 Turntable is designed for serious audio enthusiasts that balances extensive features with a competitive price. The TA-1 is a uni-pivot design and includes VTA, anti-skating, removable spindle cover, cardas wiring, an impressive sub platter, and bearing assembly. The TA-1 is a unique design, featuring solid bamboo plinth, platter, and tone arm. It presents a warm, natural, engaging sound. When matched with a good quality cartridge the TA-1 can rival other turntable models many times their price. The TA-1 has been a featured product in our audio shows for the past 8 years.
Motor: Single 24 Pole Synchronous AC Motor
Pulley: Brass Pulley
Speed: 33.3 & 45rpm
Drive: Belt Drive
Platter: Bamboo Platter
Spindle: Removable Spindle Cover
Sub Platter: Aluminum Sub Platter with bronze shaft.
Legs: Leveling Legs and Sorbothane Iso Feet
Bearings: Bronze Collar Spike Bearing with ABEC7 Carbonized Ceramic Ball Bearing
*Accommodates B and P-series 9" tonearms.
W: 21.5" (54.61cm) H: 14" (35.56cm) Weight: 4kgs (9lbs)
The P-series TA-1 Tonearm #7230 is a manual arm made from 3-ply solid bamboo. The 9” TA-1 Tonearm can be purchased independently and mounted on most turntables. It is fitted standard on our TA-1 Turntable #7230. The 9″ version #10726 mounts on both P-series and B-series Turntables. The 12″ version #10727 only mounts on the B-series Turntable. The TA-1 and TA-2 tonearms are not compatible with our TA-0.5 Turntables.
Material: Three Ply Bamboo Laminate 12mm Thick
Settings: VTA & Azimuth Adjustments
Bearing: Bronze with Brass Collar Spike and Synthetic, High Viscosity Grease Bearing
Arm Wire: Cardas Wire 33 AWG Uninterrupted from Headshell Clips to Brass Female RCA
Arm Length: 9" (229mm)
Tone Arm Mass: 10g
Anti-Skate: Anti-Skating Mechanism
Weights: Brass Counter and Brass Azimuth Weights