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Smooth vinyl precision. | ELAC Miracord 50 Turntable – MRC-501
ELAC’s Miracord 50 Turntable is designed to deliver exceptional vinyl transcription, inspired by the iconic Miracord name from the Golden Age of Stereo, when turntables reigned supreme. The Miracord 50 is carefully engineered with a belt-drive motor and die-cast aluminum platter. A precision static balanced, straight-tube tonearm with removable headshell features a factory-mounted MM phono cartridge. Designed with convenience in mind, the Miracord 50 is equipped with a built-in defeatable phono preamplifier, allowing you to add this turntable to virtually any music system.
Superior isolation is achieved with a chassis designed to minimize the sonic effects of vibration and feedback.
Built-in phono equalizer amplifier
Unlike most turntables, the Miracord 50 comes complete with a built-in phono preamp for correct RIAA equalization. Just plug it in and enjoy rich LP sound!
Precision tonearm and cartridge
The tonearm is a static-balance, straight- tube design with precision bearings, built-in anti-skate adjust- ment and removable bayonet-style headshell.
Richard Thorn –
For the money, these truly are incredible turntable. To find another turntable with this build quality and at this price point is difficult.
Peter Rosa –
Excellent quality! Great Features and quality for the price range. Replaced the cartridge with a Grado Prestige Green 3, now the sound is heavenly.
Stefan Nagiel –
This is a very well balanced Turntable that makes you think? I replaced the cartridge for a Grado Green3, which supplied much more grip on the Vinyl, which over time improved my Vinyl collection to a point that made me look for different recordings which will need some time for me to Love them….A very smart Turntabel that works best when a Russ Andrews Power Supply is used…..
Thomas Potoniec –
Nicest turntable I ever owned . Ungraded the cartage from stock Audio-Technica At91. After a year . to a ORTOFON 2M Blue . Did not think an upgrade would make THAT much difference . Boy did it. Old and New Vinyl sounds Fantastic.