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 Pro-Ject Audio RPM 3 Carbon Turntable Pro-Ject Audio - Brisbane HiFi

Pro-Ject Audio RPM 3 Carbon Turntable

Pro-Ject Audio

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• Precision belt drive using free-standing synchronous motor  

• Central mass point optimizes vibrancy behaviour  

• Ultra precision DC-driven AC generator motor power  

• Inverted platter bearing with ceramic ball  

• Platter made from MDF using felt mat  

• 10” S-shaped tonearm made from carbon, aluminium, resin utilising special heat and pressure treatments  

• Magnetic antiskating  

• Counterweight with TPE damping  

• Available with or without Ortofon 2M Silver cartridge 

• Lid available as an option 

Ingenious entry to the world of audiophile luxury  

RPM 3 Carbon utilises evolutionary enhancements to improve the performance of RPM series: A low resonance chassis holds an inverted platter bearing with ceramic ball for further reduced rumble. An outboard 15V AC motor is smoothly driven using an ultra precision AC generator with DC power supply for further enhanced speed stability.  

A 10“ S-shaped tonearm tube is made from carbon fibre, aluminium and resin. Using a complex 3-step process with heat treatment and 100bar pressure, arm tube rigidity is strenghtened, internal damping is maximized and resonances are reduced to a minimum. This makes the tonearm also suitable for MC cartridges. Additional features are a magnetic antiskating mechanism and a TPE-damped counterweight. All ingredients add up to a miracle in sound for the price and ultra-stylish look!  

Sometimes we want to listen to our brand new audio setup without having to worry about dragging B&W up two flights of stairs - that's where we come in! Not only are our team experts in high quality AV equipment, they're also professional bodybuilders* who can deliver and install your new toys quickly and efficiently.

Our in-house team can service those in Brisbane, the Gold Coast, and the Sunshine Coast. Give us a call to get an obligation-free quote today!

*the term 'professional bodybuilders' is used here loosely...