Summary: I got this as a temporary table, wondering if I would like it. Boy, do I! This is really high-quality engineering, executed well, and you can tell. The platter is so evenly machined that, when spinning without the mat on, it is difficult to tell whether it is moving. The bearing is solid and quiet.
Summary: Amazing value. I looked for a year before settling on this table. The combination of very good motor with high speed stability (unlike many others), which I measurably verified with FFT analysis of precision testing records.
Summary: Built by Clearaudio for Marantz, the TT15S1 appears to be a step between the Emotion and the Champion models. Fit and finish are what one would expect from Clearaudio at this price point. Setup was simple and will take less than 1/2 hour. All of the tools needed were supplied with the table.
Summary: Absolutely fabulous modern TT both functionaly & aesthetically. My budget was under $3000 and I was considering buying the clearaudio emotion set as I was quite impressed but this one is superior to emotion set as though marantz TT was also made by Clearaudio in German.
Summary: After listening to this table for the last five months I feel I can give my opinion. I got rid of my old direct drive table after hearing that the new tables are much better. So I bought a Music Hall MMF-2.1 to see if newer tables were worth it. Just from that first table I could tell a difference.
Summary: Die Kennzeichnung für die beiden Riemen sind nicht optimal. Der Richtige kann erst durch probieren ermittelt werden. Der Anschluss des Kabels an der Mittelachse fällt immer wieder ab. Ein besserer Stecker wäre gut. Es fehlt der Adapter für die Singe-Scheiben!
Summary: an meinem marantz wackelt nichts, der tonarm läuft auch nach zwei umzügen präzise, das plattentellerlager ist praktisch spielfrei. was man durch "handauflegen" an vibrationen wahrnimmt, liegt gerade an der wahrnehmungsschwelle und ist gefühlte zehnerpotenzen unter dem, was einem britische...
Summary: il giradischi restituisce il fascino della musica in tecnica. Dà la realtà delle registrazioni, si, perchè se nelle registrazioni del giorno d'oggi si tende a strutturare le vie sonore (Basso, batteria, Chitarra, Voce, Tastiera, ed altro) in un primo momento separate, per poi includerle assieme,...