Vintage ADC Accutrac 4000

Hello. Today I got my ADC Accutrac 4000. Made in England in 1977. Awesome. I so happy because I do like a vinyl records.
It looks good, no scratches and very clean. Only the plastic lid has broken. I paid just $45 for all of that. Sounds good!

The Accutrac 4000 is a direct-drive turntable with automatic track selection and a computerized memory bank
Type: two-speed direct drive
Motor drive system: low speed electronically controlled dc brushless motor
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Build up time: within 2 seconds to full speed
Variable pitch controls: 5%
Platter: 306.4mm, 1.4kg, die cast aluminium alloy, dynamically balanced
Wow and flutter: less than 0.03% wrms
Rumble: better than 70dB
Tonearm: tubular s-shaped, statically balanced arm, direct readout
Effective length: 237mm
Overhang: 15mm
Offset angle: 21 degrees
Arm tracking force range: 0 to 4g
Cartridge: ADC LMA-1 low mass induced magnet
Output: 3.5mV
Cartridge tracking force range: 0.75 to 1.5g
Frequency response: 10Hz to 24kHz
Channel separation: 28dB
Load resistance: 47K ohms
Stylus tip: nude 0.0003 x 0.0007″ elliptical diamond
Dimensions: 470 x 441 x 152mm
Weight: 9kg

Alex K6VHF

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