The precise belt drive on the TURN2 ensures a consistent platter speed with minimal wow and flutter. The built-in, low-vibration DC motor is extremely quiet meaning the TURN2 can be ideally set up in listening environments or living rooms. The integrated motor control can be conveniently switched between 33 1/3 and 45 RPM using the speed selector switch, which is located underneath the chassis in keeping with the player’s minimal styling.
The TURN2 is fitted with a static balanced, straight tone arm, with an angled headshell and Ortofon cartridge that sits perfectly in the groove of the record. The manual tone arm lift allows the needle to be precisely lowered onto the record. The anti-skating mechanism ensures the best possible tracking performance.
The headshell connection makes TURN2 a really flexible performer. The GM/SME locking mechanism allows for easy switching between pick-up cartridges mounted on different headshells.
Alongside the connection for the external DC power supply, the rear of the TURN2 features two gold-plated, corrosion-resistant RCA connections and a separate earth connection to prevent the possibility of ground loops. All cable connections are removable, allowing for easy replacement or later upgrade. The heavy MDF plinth has an extremely slimline design and is available in a matt black, red or white finish. A high-inertia die cast aluminium platter with chrome edging harmoniously rounds off the elegant design of the TURN2.
The TURN2 HiFi turntable is for vinyl purists wanting to immerse themselves in the world of analogue listening pleasure. Vinyl enthusiasts can start using the turntable straight away thanks to the pre-installed, elliptical cartridge from Ortofon.299,- €
"Der Turn 2 von Reloop ist ein guter Hi-Fi-Plattenspieler zu einem vertretbaren Preis. Dank des bewährten Ortofon OM10-Systems liefert er einen ordentlichen Klang und glänzt durch ein minimalistisches Design und eine vollständige Ausstattung."Read the full article here
"If you're looking for a no-frills turntable that gives you no more features than what you might actually need, then the Turn 2 comes highly recommended to anyone looking to dip their toes into the world of vinyl."Read the full article here