|Warranty length||2 Years|
Type: Belt Drive
Motor: DC Motor
SPeed: 33-1/3 rpm, 45 rpm
Servo System: PRS3
Rotate Precision: < +/–0.05% (@33-1/3rpm)
Wow and Flutters: 0.1%
SNR: > 67dB (A-weighted, 20kHz LPF)
Size: 300mm diameter, 16mm thick
Weight: approx. 1.4kg / 3.1 lbs
Type: Static Balanced S-shape
Height Adjustable: Yes
Effective Arm Length: 223mm
Tracking Error: < 3 degrees
Stylus Pressure Range: 0-5g
Supported Weight: 15-23g
Height Adjust Range: approx. 6mm
Anti-skating Adjustent: Supported
Type: MM (=Audio Technica AT100E)
Out Voltage: 4.5mV (1kHz, 5cm/s)
Stylus Pressure: 1.4g +/–0.4g
Cartridge Weight: 6.5g +/-0.2g
Headshell: 10g (inc Screw/Nuts/Wires）
Phono EQ Amp: MM (On/Thru switchable)
Connect: RCA Pin x 1pair (gold-plated)
Output Voltage: Phono/Line switchable
Phono Output mode: 4.5mV (+/–3dB)
Line Output mode: 230mV (–13dBV)
USB B-type x 1 (DC 5V 500mA)
Bus-power supply required from PC
Signal: 8/11.03/16/22.05/32/44.1/48kHz, 16bit
Compatible: Windows 7, 8, 8.1, 10; XLion
Mountain Lion/Mavericks/Yosemite/X El Capitan
Optical: TOS-link x 1
Signal Format: (S/PDIF) 48/96/192kHz 24bit
Output Level: -21.0 to -15.0dBm
Operation Power: AC 100-240V 50/60Hz
Power Consumption: 1.5W (0.5W Standby)
Dimensions (WHD): 430 x 131.5 x 355mm
Weight: approx 9kg /19.9 lbs
The flagship TEAC TN-570 is designed with the concept of combining high style with excellent performance as an analog turntable while delivering Hi-Res digital audio.
The TN-570 provides virtue of analog sound in the highest standard for audiophiles who have loved it for decades, and entry-level users who have just begun to have a real interest.
Dual Material Chassis
The cabinet combines artificial marble with high-density MDF in a two-layer sandwich structure (Dual-material Chassis). In addition to assuring a high feedback margin, this design realizes clear sound by abating the inherent resonant frequencies of different materials by combining them. The power train employs a belt drive with an automatic rotation adjustment mechanism (Platter Rotation Speed Servo System, or "PRS3") designed by TEAC.
Changes in the platter rotation speed are immediately detected by an optical sensor and used as feedback for the motor speed. This allows high-precision rotation speed that can compete with heavyweight-class belt drive and direct drive systems, while allowing a sleek and stylish cabinet design.
Hi-Res Audio Quality
With an MM-type Phono EQ Amplifier and an A/D converter built in the TN-570, the optical digital output delivers up to 24-bit/192kHz digital audio signal which is equivalent to Hi-Res Audio quality, while a USB port does up to 16-bit/48kHz to PC/Mac in addition to conventional Phono/Line analog audio outputs. By connecting these digital and analog outputs to a DAC unit and Analog Amplifier, the TN-570 provides new hybrid ways to enjoy listening to vinyl records choosing either analog or digital audio output.
Possibilities include experiencing how the sound differs according to the connected D/A converter, and building digital music archive by recording vinyl records on a computer. The TN-570 have been made in the design of the fundamental performance of the analog components without compromises.
Platter Rotation Sensing
This drive system employs a new PRS3 (Platter Rotation Speed Servo System) that detects insensible changes of the platter rotation speed by a contactless optical sensor settled at the spindle base, and controls motor speed after calculation by an on-board microcomputer. It realizes a Belt-drive mechanism with higher precision that is not outdone by Direct-drive turntables. The TN-570 achieved both sleek design and cogging-free rotation precision that compares to a Direct-drive.
The speed selector employs an electronically-controlled speed changing mechanism between 33-1/3 rpm and 45 rpm, which does not require bothersome processes of changing the pulley to another one with different diameter. Not only speed selector knob, an EP adapter employs a machined aluminum knob for prestigious feeling.
Clear Acrylic Platter
The 16mm-thick full-size platter made of acrylic resin with high transparency, shines beautifully, reflecting the surroundings according to the light level suppresses unwanted sympathetic vibrations. Together with the pattern of the artificial marble, it presents a unique elegance. By applying carbon coating to the spindle bearing, hardness is increased and electrification is controlled, providing excellent static electricity performance.
Large Torque Motor
Employing a rubber cushion, a large torque motor is settled to float when attached to the chassis. This suppresses the transmission of vibrations from the motor to the chassis. A flat belt is employed to reliably transmit energy to the motor drive. A urethane flat belt that has little stretch is employed to reliably drive the acrylic platter. It is also very quiet and provides excellent durability.
Honeycomb Bottom Case
The bottom cover employs a honeycomb pattern that prevents unwanted sympathetic vibrations. The thin bottom cover, which melds into the stylish design, uses a honeycomb structure for the interior to prevent unwanted sympathetic vibrations. The four machined aluminum feet can have their heights adjusted independently. This allows the turntable to be set up on surfaces that are not flat. In addition, rubber with excellent cushioning is used between where the feet are installed and the body of the unit to suppress the feedback of sound to the cabinet.
Anti-skating Tonearm Mechanism
The static-balanced S-shaped tone-arm features high flexibility. You can adjust the tone-arm height optimally for the shell and cartridge you are using. Also, a high-quality PC-Triple C* conductor cables are employed for the tone-arm cable, so that the phono signal captured by the needle from the delicate vinyl record is transmitted with pure quality.
Phono Equalizing Amplifier
Since a phono equalizing amplifier is built-in, you'll enjoy vinyl record sound by connecting the TN-570 directly to an existing amplifier that do not equip phono inputs. In addition, the phono equalizing amplifier employs an OPA1602 SoundPlus® Op-amp which is designed to provide highquality audio. The detailed analog signal transmitted from the cartridge is restored to the original audio signal without distortion and lossess.
Audio Technica MM Cartridges
An MM-type cartridge equivalent to audio-technica AT100E is already installed at the factory, as the universal type head-shell employs PC-Triple C wiring for pure signal travel.
In the analog audio output part, a pair of gold-plated RCA Pin jacks deliver either Phono or Line level output to fit your existing hi-fi system. By removing the dust cover from the unit, you and your guests will enjoy to see how music revives from vinyl record.