Turntable Stand (Discontinued) by VPI
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The VPI turntable stand is composed of a welded steel base section 30” high with spiked leveling feet. The four columns are hollow and can be filled with sand or zing shot for better damping. Three welded cross bar shelves allow the placement of SDS, phono section, and preamp or any combination of equipment you might want to use.
The top section of the table is 3” thick MDF with black oak on all four sides, black semi-gloss Formica on the top, and a cutout and isolation system for the HR-X dual motor assembly. The complete system will level, support, and isolate, any turntable on the market in a stable and attractive manner.
The base assembly is 25” wide X 19” deep X adjustable 30” high.
The top is 27” wide X 21” deep X 3” thick and can sit on tip toes or isolation balls.
*Top not included
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Turntable Stand (Discontinued)
Excellent Turntable Stand11/06/2012
This is an excellent stand for a VPI HRX turntable. When the legs are filled with sand or shot it makes the stand very rigid and very well damped. I also use the plexiglass cover but only to protect the table when not in use. In use the plexiglass cover is removed. I would recommend this stand for any table of substance.
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