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Gemini has announced a new high torque direct drive turntable, the TT-03, featuring a 2.2kg/cm CPU controlled motor system.
The +/- 10% variable pitch slide control allows for precision adjustments, and the solid aluminum platter features easy glide grooves for quick and easy manipulation. The TT-03 also features a height-adjustable (up to 6mm) straight tone arm system, for superior tracking and skip resistance under the most strenuous conditions. In addition to its solid performance, the TT-03 also benefits from revised cosmetics, including a curved black body, as well as chrome hardware.
All of the soft-touch buttons also feature LED indicators, including the start/stop, speed, and quartz lock controls. To top it off, the TT-03 comes standard with a removable, easy-to-replace bright white LED target light, and detachable RCA and ground cables.
The TT-03 will be released in April 2005. MSRP: $339.95
For more information, visit their web site at www.geminidj.com