A deceptive looking turntable hiding everything under near-blank looks. The KP-1100 was released in 1985, and was then replaced by the identical Kenwood KP-9010 in 1988. These highly sort after units were engineered for longevity, stability and excellent sound quality. Hidden under the plinth is a large X shaped die-cast frame which is the center of Kenwoods closed loop frame structure. This is die-cast base supports
motor and arm and ensures shelf decoupling via massive rubber feet. The plinth as well as the dustcover rest on
the die-cast frame near the feet with no direct contact to motor, platter or arm. In this way the essential mechanical
parts are shielded from vibrations captured by plinth or cover.