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Pro-Ject Debut Carbon DC Turntable


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The latest version of Pro-Ject's award winning Debut Carbon, pre-fitted with carbon fibre tonearm and Ortofon 2M cartridge in a range of colour options.

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Warranty length 2 Years
Brand Pro-Ject
Product Award What HiFi Award 5 Stars, EISA

Tech Specs

- Speed: 33, 45 (manual speed change)
- Drive principle: Belt drive
- Platter: 300mm metal with felt mat
- Mains bearing: stainless steel
- Wow & flutter: +/- 0,10%
- Speed drift: +/- 0,80%
- Signal to noise: - 68dB
- Tonearm: 8.6" Carbon
- Effective arm length: 218,5 mm
- Effective arm mass: 6,0 g
- Overhang: 18.5mm
- Tracking force: 10 - 30mN
- Included accessories: RCA cable, lid
- Dimensions (WHD): 415 x 118 x 320mm
- Weight: 5.6 kg net

Product Description

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon DC turntable is an upgrade to the iconic Debut and has already garnered many industry awards. Supplied in 7 stunning colours, it now incorporates a carbon tonearm and several upgrades to deliver even greater sound.

History of Debut

The Debut first revolutionised the hi-fi industry in the late 90s and has gone from strength to strength since. It's amazing to think this new version features a carbon tonearm - something usually only found on much more expensive models.

Mass Market Turntable

For the first time after the arrival of CD and the assumed demise of vinyl records, the Debut emerged as a mass market turntable - a fine hi-fi turntable all music lovers could afford. This newest model is arguably the best to date.

Carbon Tonearm

The carbon tonearm enhances the rigidity and reduces unwanted resonance. Combined with other advancements like a larger platter and heftier weight to reinforce the even rotation and fresh Sorbothane design in motor suspension, the entire quality of sound is remarkably boosted.

Improved Dynamics

Expect a much smoother and more stable sound with deeper blacks (less background noise on quieter passages) and improved dynamics. Sounds fantastic with the well-matched Ortofon 2M Red phono cartridge.

Key Features

- 8.6" carbon tonearm
- Increased platter size with more weight
- Precision belt drive with synchronous motor
- New Sorbothane motor suspension
- Cartridge options: Ortofon OM 10 or Ortofon 2M Red
- 7 high-gloss colour options and felt mat included

Press Reviews

  • You can't go wrong with the Pro-Ject Carbon. It's not the newest turnatable around, and the competition may be tough, but even after a few years it has proved that it is still among the class leaders at this price. (What Hi-Fi Magazine Oct 14)

  • "The Debut delivers an impressively clean and insightful sound, one that digs deep while keeping a firm hold of the overall music structure. It's not just clinical reproduction though - we're taken with the Pro-Ject's expressive nature, too"(What Hi-Fi? Magazine)

  • "For the money, it's an essential audition" (Hi-Fi Choice Magazine)

  • "Along with its slick operating carbon-fibre tonearm then, it offers a lot of value for a budget-priced turntable" (Hi-Fi Choice Magazine)

  • "With its full-size platter and smart-looking arm, the Debut in Carbon form does offer an uplift in performance in return for a modest price increase, and certainty gets quite striking results from the gutsy-sounding Ortofon 2M Red cartridge...a convincing package at this price point" (Hi-Fi News Magazine May 2012)

  • "I felt that the Debut Carbon was quite appealingly communicative and made for an absorbing listen" (Hi-Fi News Magazine)

  • "The sound of this turntable combination is as mature as the design itself, with a dynamic, foot tapping quality reminiscent of far costlier models"  (Hi-Fi News Magazine October 2012) 

  • "A fine entry level turntable gets better still, making it a top budget buy."  (Hi-Fi News Magazine Awards 2012) 

  • "This Pro-Ject is a fine-sounding package for the money" (What Hi-Fi? Magazine)

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