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With its many original design features the Model 30/2 is a unique turntable. There are no critical adjustments or setting up procedures. Its immaculate construction and finish stem from facilities and uncompromising quality control which have made SME a byword for engineering excellence. Judged by Germany’s AUDIO ‘the best turntable of all time’ the Model 30/2 can be for the fortunate owner of an analogue collection the key to lasting musical enjoyment.
A larger version of our well known Model 30/2, it will accept nine, ten and twelve inch arms but is especially directed at the exciting Series V-12. This offers performance 27% better than a nine inch arm in respect of angular error distortion. Its immaculate construction and finish stem from facilities and uncompromising quality control which have made the name SME a byword for engineering excellence.
We are proud to introduce to you the ulitmate anlaogue playback turtnable from Japan. Analog vinyl records or discs are still the primary source used by many high-end audiophiles and music lovers around the World. To meet their needs, TechDAS has brought past know-how, the latest electronics and machining technology, and an understanding of materials science together to develop the best possible turntable for musicality and sound quality, the Air Force One has landed.
Top-of-the-line model for TechDAS Air Force Turntable series with new integrated concepts and technologies refining the sound, user-friendliness and external finish.
Air Force One Premium consists of three units: main unit (including motor), power supply / pump unit and air condenser / air charger unit.
The TechDAS team has met with demands from many of our customers, which has resulted in the development of Air Force Two, a unit that retains an almost equal performance to Air Force One. The largest factor that has led to such a price cut is a change in the manufacturing measure from Air Force One, which was originally constructed by machining the body through a process of metal cutting, while in Air Force Two, the chassis body has been beautifully made through precision metal casting techniques. As a result of the combination of both the aluminum cast chassis and the newly developed oil damping air suspension system, the same level of vibration isolation has been achieved as in the Air Force One.