Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Turntable - Yellow
Man. Part No.: Debut Carbon Yellow
Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Turntable
Dust Cover Included in the Box
The original Pro-Ject Debut was released in the late 1990’s during a time when CD was king, and the vinyl format was presumed to be all but gone. But well over a decade later the model still stands, and it deserves a key accreditation in the ongoing success of a rejuvenated vinyl and budget turntable market. The Debut symbolises all that is good about the vinyl market; it is easy to set-up and fantastic to listen to, with the right mixture of user-friendliness and opportunity to tweak and upgrade.
At the beginning of 2012, the new Debut Carbon expands on the Debut III in a variety of ways; namely the inclusion of an 8.6" carbon fibre tonearm, 12" platter and rear-mounted junction box. The new motor isolation system also utilises a wholly unique rubber compound developed exclusively by Ortofon A/S to offer dramatically reduced resonance transference from the high-quality 230V motor the turntable employs. The Debut Carbon also sees the re-introduction of the Debut's famous colours! Not only is the Debut Carbon available in the gloss black finish as standard, but for the same cost you can also choose to have a statement-making Red, Blue, Green, Yellow, White or Silver gloss finish.
- 8.6" one-piece carbon fibre tonearm, adding stiffness and reducing resonance around the pick-up cartridge (rarely found on budget turntables, due to high production costs).
- High-quality counterweight - helping further reduce unwanted resonance.
- Two isolation 'feet' made especially by Ortofon A/S, used to decouple the motor from the plinth.
- 12" platter.
- Junction box installed, allowing for the easy upgrade of turntable interconnects.
- New power supply.
- Factory-fitted Ortofon 2m Red.
- Various gloss-coloured finishes available
|Speed:||33,45 RPM (Manual Speed Change)|
|Drive Principle:||Belt Drive|
|Platter:||300mm Metal With Felt Mat|
|Main Bearing:||Stainless Steel|
|Wow & Flutter:||+/- 0.10%|
|Speed Drift:||+/- 0.80%|
|Signal to Noise:||- 68dB|
|Pre-Fitted Cartridge:||Ortofon 2M Red|
|Tonearm:||8.6" Carbon Fibre|
|Effective Arm Length:||218.5mm|
|Effective Arm Mass:||6.0g|
|Included Accessories:||RCA Cable, Lid|
|Dimensions (WxHxD):||415 x 118 x 320mm - Lid Closed|
Please Note: This turntable will not work with the Pro-Ject Speed Box. Speed change is operated manually, or electronically via the Speed Box S/E, which has now been discontinued in the UK.
|Manufacturer's Part No.||Debut Carbon Yellow|
|Amplifier Award||5 Star|
|Number of channels||No|
|Number of Decks||No|
|Cd Player Dimensions||No|
|Unit Dimensions||(WxHxD): 415 x 118 x 320mm - Lid Closed|
Finance options* to help you afford the product you want!
If your order value is £389.00 or over you will be given the option to buy on finance when you reach the checkout. We have two finance options available:
Buy Now Pay 6 Months Later
Buy Now Pay 12 Months Later
Please Note: A minimum 10% deposit is payable up front on credit or debit card on all finance orders.
How to Apply
Applying for finance is simple. All you need to do is call us on 0800 634 4484 during opening hours and we will be able to process your order.
Who is the finance agreement with?
The finance agreement is with Hitachi Consumer Credit, one of the largest money lenders in the UK.
*Finance is available to UK applicants 18 years of age or older and subject to status. Finance is not available for business customers. Prices are correct at time of going to press and are subject to change during the term of this offer without notice. Terms and conditions are available on request. Finance agreements are available on orders between £389 and £10,000 (including VAT and shipping). Please ensure you are able to keep up repayments of any finance package taken.
Now Group UK Ltd trading as Exceptional AV operates under a Consumer Credit Licence, No. 560813.
This licence is issued by The Director General of Fair Trading at the Office of Fair Trading in accordance with the Consumer Credit Act 1974.