Micro Seiki DD-7 / DD-40 Direct-Drive Vintage Audiophile Turntable with MA-505 Tonearm
The DD-7 is a really lovely listening turntable from the 70's. This Micro Seiki was sold as the DD-7 within Japan, and in other countries as the DD-40. Micro Seiki originally made surgical instruments and miniature mechanisms. They then started to produce exquisite and sought-after turntables in the 60's and 70's. The MA-505 tonearm is dynamically balanced for low tracking force and the tracking force application spring and tungsten wire ensure lasting quality without deterioration. The unit is housed in a solid base, Palisander-Rose finished pressed-board and large size shock absorbers designed to minimise acoustic feedback to produce excellent sound quality. When testing the DD-7 we were amazed at how great this turntable actually sounded.
• This is a used unit.
• This unit has its orignal dust cover. The dust cover shows signs of wear like scratches and a small crack in the back. This does not detract from its function or use.
• This unit has been tested. It is fully functional and sounds excellent.
• This unit will ship with a headshell and shure M44G Cartridge.
• This sale is for the unit and headshell listed above. No other parts or accessories are included in the sale.
• Please be aware this unit is 100V.
Drive system: direct drive with dc servo motor
Rotation: 33 and 45rpm
Speed adjustment: +-6%
Platter: 310mm, 1.5kg diecast aluminium
Wow and flutter: less than 0.03%
Signal to noise ratio: more than 60dB
Tonearm: static balance type MA-505
Effective length: 222mm
Offset angle: 21 degrees
Cartridge weight range: 4 to 10.5g
Dimensions: 142 x 466 x 342mm
Standard postage within Australia is free. If you are in a remote area you may incur extra fees.
International import tax, duty, vat, custom fees or any other charges are not covered by us, nor included in the shipping fees. These are the responsibility of the buyer.