- hand-selected, Grade B refurbished turntables from Japan
- repaired (if necessary), calibrated, tested, and detailed
- 1 year warrantied for defects and workmanship
- single voltage 100-120v model (US-style plug)
- please read the "MCC Imperfections + Notes" section carefully before purchasing
- black 1210MK5 & silver 1200MK5 models also available
ABOUT THE REFURBISHING PROCESS
- After hand selecting Japanese market Technics turntables, each unit is put through a 100 point plus inspection process by a team of Japanese engineers.
- In extreme detail, critical areas like the tone arm, tone arm assembly, wiring, platter, motor, balance, pitch, rotation etc. are examined and further tested on the oscilloscope, balance instruments and mechanical rotation counter.
- Every part that does not pass inspection is replaced with original Technics parts; only original parts from Panasonic are used.
- Once the turntable passes the inspection and calibrated to factory spec, the entire turntable is detail cleaned and polished.
- includes (1) year warranty that covers defects and workmanship (Turntable Lab responsible for first 2 weeks, use warranty card for remainder)
MCC IMPERFECTIONS + NOTES
- Although each turntable has been refurbished, these units will still exhibit: body scratches, surface wear / scratches, and corner wear of various degrees.
- Unlike factory new 1200s, final MCC turntables do NOT include: dust cover, rubber mat, headshell, 45 adaptor or original box and packaging.
- Because of the used nature of these items, returns are NOT accepted unless the item is defective.
- Grade A refurbished models are also sometimes available in limited quantities.
After the discontinuation of the Technics 1200 turntable, Turntable Lab is proud to offer a high quality alternative: Stokyo's MCC line of refurbished Technics 1200s. Imported directly from Japan, these turntables are rigorously rated (either Mint, Grade A or Grade B) and refurbished to the highest standards. Each unit carries a (1) year warranty against defects and workmanship.
In our opinion, these are the next best option to purchasing deadstock, new-in-the-box 1200 turntables. In our experience, the condition of the MCC line are generally superior than those found on the current used market. Most importantly, you get the peace of mind that these turntables have been thoroughly test and calibrated. Lastly, with pricing for deadstock 1200s approaching $1500, the MCC models are a well-priced alternative.
DOES NOT INCLUDE
- Dust Cover
- Rubber Mat
- 45 Adaptor
- Auxiliary Sub Counter Weight
- Original factory box or packing material
- inspection + warranty certificate
- +/-8% pitch control
- 33 / 45 rpm
- height adjustable tone arm with anti-skating control
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT TECHNICS 1200
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