Giro
Turntables

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  • Technical specifies
    • Cartridge body material made out of dense tonewood (stored over 20 years, also used in violine industry)
    • Output Voltage: (@ 1kHz, 5 cm/s) ~ 3,7 mV
    • Channel Separation: (@ 1 kHz) > 30 dB
    • Channel Balance: (@ 1 kHz) < 0,2 dB
    • Loading impedance: 47 kOhm
    • Loading Capacity: 100 pF
    • Recommended tracking force: 2,2 g
    • Weight: ~ 5,5 g
    • Resonance optimized chassis construction using acrylic and 3 layers of massive
      cherry wood laminated in different directions
    • Speed accuracy < 0,09%
    • newest motor drive technology using a built in synchro-generator, that generates accurate constant distortionfree frequency for 33 and 45 rpm.
    • Even fine adjustment of speed could be performed easily
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Introduced in 2009, the Giro has already made a tremendous impact on the hi-fi world. It immediately made the cover of the April 2009 issue of HiFi Choice magazine and was included, along with Opera Loudspeakers’ flagship Malibran, as one of the best 2009 products for the Hi-Fi Choice Collection. It should be noted that the Giro was the only turntable to make this list.
The Giro, with its matching tonearm and cartridge (the new Unison Research UN1), now completes the entire Unison Research line with an analog source that represents our history and traditions. As with every other component we make, the Giro was designed to look beautiful and provide amazing sound quality. It delivers on both counts.

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