Edwards Audio have been extremly busy of late, their latest offering is the stunning new TT1 MKII, this is going to be so popular do to it's mix of stunning looks and class leading sound quality. Order yours today in Satin White or Satin Black!!
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The Edwards Audio TT1 turntable has now been improved with the arrival of the new Rega RB202 tonearm and an all new in house designed 18mm plinth. It becomes the Edwards Audio TT1 Mk2, which can be supplied on its own or as a package with the new TALK Zephyr C100 MM cartridge, or with the TALK Zephyr C200.
The TT1 Mk2 features a smart low mass LDF plinth onto which are mounted the 230V AC motor, a RB202 arm and a precision made brass bearing housing. The inner platter runs on a custom made ceramic 5mm bearing which runs in a specially produced light synthetic machine oil designed for Formula 1 applications. This is all topped off with a 12 mm custom made Acrylic platter driven by our own custom made ‘Little Belter’ Blue belt and supported on 3 rubber isolation feet, designed to compliment the mass of the turntable. This stunning package is available from around £420/$900
The TT1 Mk2 has been designed to offer a great value/performance ratio and we believe makes an ideal ‘first’ turntable for enthusiasts who are either just starting out or returning to vinyl after dabbling in the digital world.
It has several upgrade options, like a ruby bearing option for £50, aluminium inner platter with polished spindle along with arm upgrades such as our new rear spigot and counterweight assembly. All these together go to upgrade the TT1Mk2 to almost the complete TT2SE specification. On top of this there is the soon to be released stand alone external speed control box, the SP1 with 33/45 speed change both with fine pitch adjustment, in addition to which you can also use the ISO1 mains isolation filter to further enhance performance.
When used with the MM1 we think that it has a class leading performance in the sub £500 / $900 category and will show any digital based format a clean set of heels, especially for its money. Don’t take our word for it because others agree – see the US based Stereo Mojo review or the UK What HiFi 5* review in the November 2011 issue.