Technics SL-5 Direct-Drive Fully-Automatic Turntable System (1982-1983) with linear tracking tonearm.

The Technics SL-5 is a compact, record jacket size, fully automatic turntable.

The unit features an integral platter/rotor direct-drive motor and a dynamically balanced, linear tracking tonearm with optoelectronic sensor and microcomputer control.

The chassis is constructed using TNRC (Technics Non Resonant Compound).

Awesome sounding, just put on a record and press play!

Includes all cables and a nice Technics P228 cartridge (made by Audio Technica) with new old stock OEM Signet HiTech 101 stylus.

Very good physical condition. A few rough-ups on the silver paint, but only noticeable upon close inspection. Typical age-related scratches on dust cover, lid and body.

Specifications:

  • Type: Fully automatic
  • Drive system: Direct drive
  • Motor: ultra low speed brushless DC
  • Platter: 300mm aluminium die-cast
  • Speeds: 33.33 and 45rpm
  • Wow and flutter: 0.025% WRMS
  • Rumble: -78dB
  • Tonearm: Low mass linear tracking with gimbal suspension
  • Cartridge: plug-in connector, moving magnet stereo
  • Frequency response: 20 to 20,000Hz
  • Dimensions: 315 x 88 x 315mm
  • Weight: 4.4kg

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Listeda year ago
ConditionVery Good (Used)
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Brand
Model
  • SL-5
Finish
  • Silver
Categories
Year
  • 1983
Made In
  • Japan

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