Denon DP-37F TurnTables

Denon DP-37F TurnTables 


Fully Automatic Turntable
Manufacturer: NIPPON COLUMBIA, Japan
Drive system: Servo controlled direct drive
Turntable Speeds: 33-1/3, 45 rpm.
Wow & Flutter: below 0.012% wrms
S/N Ratio: over 78 dB (DIN B)
Turntable Platter: Aluminum die cast, 300 mm
Motor: Linear Drive Motor
Speed Control System: Speed Servo by frequency detection, phase servo control
Speed deviation: Below 0.01%
Arm Type: Dynamically balanced, straight tube tonearm
Effective length: 220 mm
Overhang: 16mm
Tracking Error: Within 3 degrees
Automatic Mechanism: Electronically controlled, fully Automatic
Adjustable Tracking Force Range: 0-3,0 g (scale = 0.1 g)
Anti Skating: will automatically run concurrently with the power set
Color: cherry wood laminate, piano lacquer refined
Power consumption: 8 W (110V and 230V)
Cartridge: none for US & Canadian models
Denon DL-110 (European model only)
Suitable range 4.0 – 9.0 grams (including screws, nuts)
Dimensions: 434 x 145 x 410 mm
Weight: 7.5 kg


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[Mar 17, 2011]
Audio Enthusiast

I purchased a pair of dp-37F for $250 about 12 years ago. let me tell you there great. Reliable every time. no hassle and can relax and listen and not have to do a thing. I own vintage sets and two other tt. two sets of Technices 1200 mk2 1 set of technics 1200 a dual and a vestec. So ive played and herd alot of tt. and for easy listening, my denon every time. now if you need a tt that can take a fall or two technics 1200s.
peace and keep em spinnin,

[Sep 27, 2008]
Audio Enthusiast


Ease of use
Great Sound
Build Quality


Analytical, rather than warm

The Denon DP-37F is an underrated aspiring audiophile turntable. While the 47F gets all the escalades, some major European HiFi magazines rated these two tables very similar, if not to say the same. Partnered with a Denon DL-110 cartridge this table has a good soundstage and more of an analytical, than warm sound. On the flip side this is a great deck to use if all you want to do is put the record on, hit a button and enjoy great music. I also own a Dual CS 505-2. Nice little deck, but no comparison, the same goes for a Q 630.

The electronically controlled tone arm makes set up very easy. Due to its electronic damping it tracks even very warped records. I've never seen it miss track or miss a beat.

This is a solidly build TT, with great open sound. Certainly near audiophile quality, but not having listened to the high end desks I have no comparison.

From time to time this comes up on ebay. Often it is being ignored. If you are not sure if you want to step back into vinyl, this is a great case to do so, with minimum set up hassle, great sound and great looks.

Similar Products Used:

Dual CS 505-2
Dual Q 630

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