|NAD Electronics 533 Turntable|
|Category:||Audio, Video, TV, Multimedia|
For the many people who want to enjoy yesterday's classic LPs and today's premium new vinyl releases tends, the choice in equipment tends to be between two uncomfortable extremes. There are inexpensive, ill-performing turntables at one end of the spectrum, and at the other are tremendously expensive and complex combinations built from separate decks, tone arms and cartridges. "Expensive" in this case can mean multiple thousands of dollars -- and require considerable expertise to install and maintain. The NAD 533 turntable is a sensible and welcome alternative. It combines a precision turntable assembly with a quality tone-arm and cartridge at a very reasonable price. A high-torque, synchronous motor drives the 533's platter indirectly through a belt. The platter spindle is supported by a precision bearing located inside a solid brass housing that is bored out to within 20 microns tolerance to keep rumble at bay. While most platters are made of metal, the 533's is manufactured from medium-density fibreboard (MDF), whose high mass provides a flywheel action for smooth rotation and consistent speed. Acoustically the platter is almost dead, so it doesn't suffer the acoustic sensitivity at certain frequencies that is common with metal platters and that frequently colours sound as a result. The platter's thick felt mat damps the remaining acoustic energy further, and provides even support for the record throughout.
These manuals are available for the above equipment:
|NAD Electronics -- 533 -- User Manual|
|Manual Type||User Manual|
|Size||276.48 Kbytes (283117 Bytes)|
|Quality||Electronic document, no scan, very well readable.|
|Upload date||15 February 2013|
|Downloads||191 since 15 February 2013|
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