PRO-JECT GEORGE HARRISON – ESSENTIAL III (OM10) Turntable

$749.00

  • Special edition of Essential III
  • Limited to 2500 pieces worldwide!
  • Acrylic platter
  • Artwork by respected street artist Shepard Fairey!
  • Belt drive with synchronous motor and silicone belt
  • Diamond cut aluminum drive pulley
  • Chassis made of resonance in-sensitive MDF
  • Integrated DC-powered motor control minimizes motor vibration and guarantees speed stability
  • Low tolerance platter bearing with stainless steel spindle
  • 8,6” aluminum tonearm with sapphire bearings
  • Ortofon OM10 cartridge per-mounted
  • High-quality semi-balanced Connect it E phono interconnect with gold-plated RCA connectors included
  • Special decoupling feet
  • Dust cover included

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This special collaboration between Pro-Ject Audio systems and the Universal Music Group features one of the most influential artists of our time, former Beatles member George Harrison. Based on the wildly successful Pro-ject Essential III, this limited edition turntable features a selection of high quality audiophile components you’ve come to expect from the World’s leading turntable manufacturer.

You’ll get superior audiophile level sound from the Ortofon OM10 cartridge, a precision diamond cut aluminum pulley, a super dense MDF chassis and an acrylic platter with a completely redesigned motor control. The artwork was designed originally by Shepard Fairey of Studio One fame specially for the Harrison family and features a distinctive portrait of George Harrison graced as well with Indian inspired patterns together with a mixing console for an incredibly unique look. This one of a kind masterpiece is limited to a 2500 pieces worldwide.

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