Dartmouth-based Timestep have a long association with premium turntable manufacturers SME and have announced the M10-DP dual tonearm mounting plate for the SME Model 10 turntable.

The continued resurgence of demand for vinyl LPs is bringing with it a renewed appreciation of mono recordings. For serious Timestep SME 10-D front (1)collectors and music lovers, a dedicated mono cartridge is now becoming almost a necessity, such is the improvement in mono playback with a correctly designed mono cartridge. Which in turn gives rise to the need for either a dual arm turntable or a second turntable and arm altogether.

The plate is manufactured from the same material and to the same thickness and profile as SME’s primary arm mounting plate, and is designed not to affect the turntable suspension.

The M10-DP dual tonearm mounting plate is fully compliant with all 9″ SME tonearms and others with an SME base. It comes with a complete set of tools and easy-to-follow fitting instructions in full colour.

Timestep M10-DP dual arm mounting plate price is £199

 

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