b series ta 2 turntable with tonearms and auto lift.
  • b series ta 2 turntable with tonearms and auto lift.
  • b series ta 2 turntable profile.

B-Series

ta 2 turntable

With 9" TA-2 Tonearm – Product #9407

No Arm – Product #10724


Speed

33.3 & 45 rpm

Bearing

Bronze Collar Spike Bearing with ABEC7 Carbonized Ceramic Ball Bearing

Motor

Dual 24 Pole Synchronous AC Motor

Anti-Skate Adjust

Anti-Skating Mechanism

Arm Length

12” / 296mm

Platter

Bamboo Platter with Copper Inlay and Bronze Ingot Insets


full specs

We’ve developed the sonic signature of the P-series TA-1 turntable further with our release of the B-series TA-2 turntable, complete with twin motors and dual plinths. The B-series offers ground-breaking sound definition and imaging. The turntable mounts up to two Tone Arms and supports 9″ and 12″ options to personalize your listening experience.

How to Set Up B-Series TA-2 Turntable

Motor: Dual 24 Pole Synchronous AC Motor

Pulley: Brass Pulley

Speed: 33.3 & 45 rpm

Drive: Dual-Motor Belt Drive

Platter: Bamboo Platter with Copper Inlay and Bronze Ingot Insets

Sub Platter: Aluminum Sub Platter with bronze shaft.

Legs: Leveling Legs and Sorbothane Iso Feet

Bearing: Bronze Collar Spike Bearing with ABEC7 Carbonized Ceramic Ball Bearing

Plinth: Dual-Plinth

Dimensions

W: 24" (60.69cm) L: 16" (40.64cm) Weight: 10kgs (22lbs)

Arm Details

The P-series TA-1 Tone Arm features the same, handmade bamboo design as our table. It is available together or separately and can also replace the arm of most other tables. The 9″ version mounts on both P-series TA-1 and B-series TA-2 Turntables. The 12″ version only mounts on the B-series Turntable.

Material: Three Ply Bamboo Laminate 19mm 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: 12" (29.6cm)

Tone Arm Mass: 19g

Anti-Skate: Anti-Skating Mechanism

Weights: Brass counter and brass azimuth weights