(Picture: Teac)
(Picture: Teac)

USB Turntable

Teac TN-3B

As successor of the TN-300 Teac now offers the complete turntable TN-3B.

The belt drive with a die-cast aluminum platter comes with an Audio-Technica AT-VM95E pre-assembled MM pickup, integrated phono preamplifier and built-in D/A converter, which can be connected to the PC via USB to digitize the vinyl treasures. The TN-3B can be connected to either phono or line inputs of the HiFi system via the switchable gold-plated analog outputs. The S-shaped tonearm, developed by Teac in collaboration with the tonearm specialist SAEC, can be used to install any number of scanners as required. Vibration-absorbing feet support the multi-layer painted cabinet made of high-density MDF. It is available in cherry, piano black and white. The price: 450 Euro.

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