Guter Plattenspieler mit Riemenantrieb und gutem Tonarm. SME Anschluß für das Headshell. Guter Zustand. Haube nur noch zum Auflegen, Scharniere sind aber dabei und auch in Ordnung. 33/45U/Min. Pitchbar. Halbautomat/Endabschaltung.
The Technics SL-B2 is a two-speed, belt-driven turntable system featuring front panel controls for convenience.
The unit also features electronic speed switching, pitch control with illuminated stroboscope, viscous-damped cueing and anti-skating control.
Type: semi automatic
Platter: 304mm aluminium alloy
Speeds: 33 and 45rpm
Motor: servo controlled
Pitch control: 6%
Wow and flutter: 0.045% WRMS
Tonearm: static balance, tubular
Tracking force adjustment: 0 to 3g
Effective length: 230mm
Cartridge: EPC-270C moving magnet
Dimensions: 430 x 126 x 375mm
This is a great turntable. Easy to use and sounds pretty good for a cheapy. I would not consider this a low end turntable.
Just justs sounds brillant and has great build quality. Mine is still going strong after a hard life.
Great bargains these days.
I had this turntable for a year. Used it as a spare. I loved it. Used different headshells + cartridges on it. (AT95e, JVC Z1, and Shure M95e) The turntable is indifferent in all of them,
tracks good and is very constant in speed.
I had this turntable handed down to me from my grandfather and it has not disappointed at all. With the original cartridge and headshell it didn't sound very good but with an upgraded Otrofon sh-4 headshell and Otrofon 2m red cartridge, this turntable is taken to a Hi-fi level. I did have to replace the belt about 6 months into owning it but it was a very cheap and easy fix. I was lucky enough to not have to pay anything for my mint sl-b2 but if you are looking to buy one I would totally recommend it. It is a great vintage turntable that is built very well and sounds great.
This is an all time sleeper among vintage turntables. Buy it and listen for yourself. Once you listen to this belt driven turntable you will never buy a direct drive.