Music Hall MMF-5.1 TurnTables


The music hall mmf-5.1 turntable is a 2-speed belt driven audiophile turntable employing the unique dual-plinth construction originated by music hall. The distinctive design isolates the critical sound reproducing components; platter, main bearing, tone arm, and cartridge on the top platform from the motor, switch, wiring, and feet which are mounted on the bottom platform. Six viso-elastic cones separate the two platforms and provide vibration damping. The mmf-5 comes complete with cartridge mounted.

  • Top tier one piece alloy tonearm
  • Separately isolated asynchronous motor
  • Two speed (33/45 rpm) pulley
  • Cartridge is mounted and properly aligned
  • Dynamically balanced alloy platter

User Reviews (1)

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Silly grandpa   [Mar 09, 2018]
Pros: Positives , cost for performance offered stock . Build quality and looks . First upgrade the mat to anything better than felt if you keep the metal platter. A good cork or the moo mat work well I've used both . Tweaks are reearding , project speed box , get a new belt , acrylic platter made biggest difference, I have a Clearaudio Artist V2 on currently. System: Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum ll , Wharfedale Reva 4's , cables Morrow Audio Ph5 for phono , Sp5 speaker cable.
Cons: Negatives , stock felt mat , replacement mmf 5.3 costs costs more not counting your choice of cartridge. Performance, because I figure I'd need to spend $2400 or more to see any real improvement
Price: 500   New/Used: New   Year Purchased: 2008
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