Clearaudio - Master Innovation - Turntable
This products is a turntable deck only
The 70mm-thick, dynamically balanced platter made of resonance damping plastic with a 15mm-thick precision-machined stainless steel sub platter delivers the highest mechanical standards. The Master Innovation doubles the inertia of the Innovation.
Incredible rotational speed stability is achieved thanks to the combination of the patented Clearaudio ceramic magnetic bearing (CMB) supplemented by an additional flywheel and a high torque DC motor. An infrared sensor sends signals to an optical speed control mechanism to consistently maintain the perfect speed, while non-contact magnetic decoupling of the drive prevents any vibration or noise from the motor system from reaching the main turntable. Consequently, speed variations are eradicated and perfect pitch is obtained. The Master Innovation provides the ability to mount up to three tonearms. Existing Innovation owners have the option to upgrade to Master Innovation level.
Additional colour optional available for Drive (Black or Acrylic) - please let us know which you would prefer upon purchase.
Construction Details - Resonance–optimised chassis shape, made of laminated wood and aluminium with precision CNC machined surface.
Speed Ranges - Comfortable speed change. 33 ⅓, 45 and 78 rpm
Drive Unit - High torque DC motor with belt drive. Electronic Optical Speed Control (OSC)
Bearing - Clearaudio CMB ceramic magnetic bearing in main platter / upper drive platter assembly
Platter - Double platter system each comprising: 15 mm (4/5 inch) precision CNC machined dynamically balanced stainless steel sub–platter. 70 mm (2.75 inch) dynamically balanced main platter, made of synthetic material with excellent dimensional stability
Speed Variation - < ± 0.05 %
Power Consumption - Max. consumption: 9.5 Watt. Consumption in operation: 4.1 Watt, Standby mode: 2.4 Watt, Off mode: 0.0 Watt
Total Weight - Approx. 60 kg (without tonearm and power supply)
Dimensions - Approx. 460 x 485 x 396 (with tonearmbase, without tonearm)