The Technics SL-10 direct drive turntable continues Technics’ tradition of innovation and beautifully designed products. Find out why this deck is one of the best vintage turntable buys today.
The Technics SL-10 direct-drive turntable represented the pinnacle of design, engineering and product marketing when it arrived on the scene in 1979.
The SL-10 was the first linear-tracking turntable to feature direct drive and was a radical departure from conventional design.… Read more
Just a very quick video post today, showing a stunning Technics SL-10 I’ve just finished servicing, playing some vintage vinyl.
The Technics SL-10 was and still is a groundbreaking deck in many ways. I’ll be doing a full service article and review soon, but in the meantime, enjoy some specs, and a video!
Platter: 300mm aluminium die-cast
Speed accuracy: within +-0.002%
Wow and flutter: 0.025% WRMS
Tonearm type: Dynamic balanced linear tracking gimbal suspension
Effective length: 105mm
Cartridge type: EPC-310MC moving coil stereo
Frequency response: 10 to 60,000Hz
Dimensions: 315 x 88 x 315mm