Music Hall mmf-11.1 - Two-Speed Audiophile Turntable (No Cartridge)

Music Hall mmf-11.1 - Two-Speed Audiophile Turntable (No Cartridge)

Music Hall mmf-11.1 - Two-Speed Audiophile Turntable (No Cartridge)

B&H # MUMMF11.1 MFR # MMF-11.1
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Expected availability: 7-10 business days

Product Highlights

  • Quadruple Plinth Construction
  • Belt Driven
  • Carbon Fiber Tonearm
  • Acryllic Platter
  • Sorbothane Isolators
  • Electronic Speed Control
  • Dust Cover
  • 45 RPM Adapter
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  • 1Description

The mmf-1.1 from Music Hall is a two-speed, belt-driven audiophile turntable employing the company's quadruple plinth construction. The tone arm is mounted to the upper plinth and the inverted ceramic main bearing is mounted to the second plinth, allowing the partially sunken, 1.5" thick acrylic platter to spin freely. Attaching the bearing to the second plinth improves cartridge tracking and significantly lowers background noise.

The adjustable magnetic-levitation isolation feet, microprocessor speed control, motors, flywheel, and wiring are all mounted to the bottom plinth. The motors, flywheel, and speed control are further isolated on their own vibration damped dual-plinth platform, which is separately isolated from the upper three main plinths.

Sorbothane hemispheres separate each of the three plinths and provide additional vibration damping. The bottom plinth functions as a mass-loaded resonant sink for the entire turntable. Two motors and a flywheel are used to increase torque and speed stability. The turntable features a high gloss piano black lacquer finish, and a large encapsulating acrylic dustcover is included.

Quadruple plinth construction
One piece Project 9cc Evolution carbon fiber tone arm
Arm uses four hardened Swiss ABEC 7 ball races in an inverted bearing design
Flexible internal tone arm wire drawn from high purity copper with only two contact points from cartridge to output connectors
Counterweight's center of gravity is level with the stylus tip and is decoupled from the arm and acts as a resonance damper
Fully adjustable azimuth, VTA, and dampened arm lift
Microprocessor electronic speed controlled dual motor single flywheel drive system
33 1/3 and 45 rpm speed change at the touch of button
Motors and flywheel assembly are isolated on mass loaded resonant sink connected to the lower plinth
Dual motor flywheel system sits on the left side of the turntable thus eliminating all motor and belt vibration from the cartridge
Magnetic-levitation adjustable isolation feet
Inverted ceramic main bearing for super quiet fluid operation
Thick acrylic platter
Gold RCA connectors and detachable phono cable
Low noise fully manual belt drive design
Removable acrylic dust cover and 45 rpm adapter
In the Box
Music Hall mmf-11.1 - Two-Speed Audiophile Turntable (No Cartridge)
  • AC Power Cable
  • Dust Cover
  • 45 RPM Adapter
  • Parts Bag with Adjustment Tools
  • Instruction Manual
  • One (1) Year Limited Warranty
  • Table of Contents
    • 1Description
    Turntable
    Speeds 33⅓ or 45 rpm (electronic speed control)
    Deviation: +/-0.1%
    Variance: < +/-0.08%
    Motor 2 x synchronous motors, controlled via microprocessors
    Drive Mechanism Silicone rubber belt
    Tone Arm Effective Arm Length: 9" (230 mm)
    Overhang: 0.71" (18 mm)
    Effective Arm Mass: 8.5 g
    Mounting Distance: 8.3" (212 mm)
    Angle Crank: 24°
    Course Zero Error Angle: ø 130.5, ø 243.7
    Force on Tip: 0-to 3 g
    Cartridge None
    Platter Diameter 11.8" (30 cm)
    Weight: 7.4 lb (3.6 kg)
    Mechanical Distance: > -45 dB
    Electrical Distance: >-65 dB
    General Attributes
    Connectors 2 x RCA
    Power Requirements 90~246V AC, 47 to 63 Hz switching power supply (EU, UK, USA)
    Input: 23W DC
    Dimensions (WxHxD) 21.3 x 13.8 x 7.8" (540 x 350 x 197 mm)
    Weight 39.5 lb (17.9 kg)
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