- Dimensiones del producto: 38,1 x 48,3 x 22,9 cm ; 5,6 Kg
- Número de modelo del producto: 37586
- ASIN: B00AWB6C22
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Pro-Ject Debut Carbon SB Esprit (DC) - Tocadiscos (con Aguja Ortofon 2M Red), Color Negro y Rojo
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- Tracción por correa (33, 45 y 78 rpm).
- Ajuste electrónico de velocidad Speed Box exclusivo de Pro-Ject incorporado.
- Brazo de fibra de carbono exclusivo de Pro-Ject.
- Fuente de alimentación externa de alta precisión.
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Color del producto: Rojo
Consumo de energía (inactivo): 0,5W
Dimensiones del producto (anch. x alt. x prof.): 415 x 320 x 118 mm
Frecuencia de entrada AC: 50/60 Hz
Longitud del brazo: 21,85 cm
Peso: 5,6 kg
Presión de la aguja: 6g
Relación señal/ruido (SNR): -68 Db
Tipo: Correa de transmisión
Velocidades nominales: 33, 45, 78 RPM
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My first impression of the newly purchased Pro-Ject TT is that it looks even better than on any pictures on the internet. It's a stunning, fairly minimalist turntable, relatively easy to set up, although as other reviewers had advised, I watched some youtube tutorials beforehand. It also feels more solid and more professional than my old TT. The high quality phono cables provided are definitely a bonus too.
As for the quality of the sound and performance, the red Ortofon 2m cartridge which comes pre-fitted to this turntable does not disappoint. Most of my records sound brighter and more detailed in comparison to my old Rega P1, so the general improvement is pretty obvious here. My impatience and an endless desire for a better sound made me almost immediately upgrade to the Ortofon Bronze and that's when the true appreciation of the Pro-Ject Debut arrived. I'm loving my new turntable and and every day I look forward to listening to my records and immerse in the magic of the analogue sound.
In use the deck is very good, the arm lift does not wander from the set position as it is lowered onto the disc, as I now have two new styli I will stick with the red for a while but I understand the 2m Blue stylus will fit the cartridge so this may be a temptation.
Once unpacked, it took a little time to set up. But once set up it was worth it, the improvement over my Pro-ject Debut turntable was amazing. More depth and clarity appeared from the recordings.
I ended up going through my collection just sitting there enjoying the experience.
I considered it worth every penny.
Consideratelo uno step successivo agli entry-level che volendo può essere tranquillamente saltato acquistando direttamente uno di questi Debut Esprit con braccio in carbonio e testina Ortofon 2M Red. Con un buon ampli e delle buone casse rimarrete ore ad ascoltare i vostri dischi. La regolazione iniziale non è complicata, ci sono diversi video tutorial sul tubo anche in italiano, vi consiglio quello del simpaticissimo Gianluca Bocci. Stavo per dimenticare, procuratevi anche uno stabilizzatore per dischi e una spazzola antistatica e avrete tutto il necessario. Ciao e buon ascolto!!!
Spero di poter confermare la mia opinione positiva anche in futuro.
For those who are curious, let me get this part of my review out of the way, the mechanical and electrical aspect; No, there is no hum, motor noise, buzzing or any other annoying audible defects that have plagued earlier Pro-Ject turntables or the entry level decks. This Debut Carbon Esprit is super quiet and possibly represents what further lies ahead when one can purchase Pro-Ject's higher end models (which I hope to do some day). The Esprit solidifies my audiophile admiration for this company.
The build quality, construction, and finish are flawless with the Debut Carbon Esprit (I chose the high gloss piano black). All parts are well put together with no ill-fitting errors for motor, tonearm, sub-platter hub and bearing spindle, etc. Setup is very easy with instruction manual provided. The acrylic platter is excellently balanced and is of very substantial weight(no wobble or warpage whatsoever). Audio cables (clear plastic housing with thick silver and copper stranded affair) and ground wire provided seem to be of a much better quality audiophile grade than what you get with their beginning entry level turntables. Of important note, the RCA left and right cables are detachable if you decide to upgrade them AND they are very easy to connect and remove(no struggling with having to exert hand pressure to your phono amp or receiver's plug in jacks and will stay snugly connected). The attractive platter is not just for show; It actually provides better sound quality for your records by being constructed in such a way, that its material properties clean and tighten the sound that a plain, thin aluminum or thin metal platter cannot do. It is recommended not to use any kind of turntable mat, but, rather just place the record bare on the platter. The acrylic platter's other major goal is to eliminate static or electrical charge from records. It does. No startling electrical static shock. ! This is not a turntable to place on top of or near speakers or near walking traffic with heavy footfalls in your living room; You must isolate it away from such situations. Only then will this turntable reward you with audiophile quality sonic bliss.
With all this said, this does NOT mean that the Project Debut Carbon Esprit is built like a tank when compared to a Technics 1200 MK2. When you compare a Pro-Ject turntable to a heavy plinthed, rubberized and aluminum pressed turntable, many give it that word "flimsy". It's NOT flimsy; It's just not meant for dj scratching, heavy-handed handling, or tossing in the back of your truck with other dj audio equipment for a gig at the club or someone's backyard bbq. The carbon constructed tonearm on the Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit is light, but rigid for less resonance and cleaner, detailed sound and bass over the regular aluminum arm.Higher quality tonearm wiring is used as opposed to the tin plated tonearm wiring used in a stock Technics 1200 (I own a 1200).The arm is not VTA adjustable, meaning you cannot raise or lower the arm, should you choose a different sized cartridge (other than the one provided). The cueing arm mechanism is ultra smooth and very gentle( a well silicone-lubricated mechanism) when landing on that record; It will land slowly. The MDF solid plinth has some weight to it. Don't be fooled by its thin appearance; It's a solid piece. The feet are not height adjustable, but, absolutely well leveled. Aesthetics/appearance-wise, it is an understated, yet, classy looking component of a turntable.The paint job,finish,gloss on the plinth is very professional and flawless. ...at this price point(a bargain to some), it should be.
Now, the sound. Ahhhhh, the sonic quality ! Beautiful.Musical. Open, airy, detailed, awesome stereo imaging and immersive stage wideness and depth when compared to a Technics, JVC, and even some Denons I have owned over the decades. Instruments are separated and not huddled or smeared, blended together, I can pick up on instrumental and vocal details that other turntables could not convey or project (no pun intended). Overall, the Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit is very lively and musically engaging. In terms of what it does for your records, it revitalizes your collection (you will want to play record after record and not get bored). Vocals sound very real and natural with both male and female. I upgraded the Ortofon 2M Red cartridge that was provided, with the Ortofon 2M Blue. It was the best move I made. NOT that the Red was a slouch, but, I had a gut feeling and from positive 2M Blue reviews I read, I knew that the change would take this turntable to a whole 'nother level; It did ! There's a realism to the music I get that I could not with the Technics. Yes, I even used the same cart on the Technics that I have on the Pro-Ject. No comparison. The Technics is great for casual listening, but, if you do critical listening, the Pro-Ject gives you that feeling like being a kid with the best new toy on the block.Don't get me wrong; I love me some Technics (fan for years). However, for that audiiophile musical "oomph !" experience, the Pro-Ject won me over anything I had ever used or owned before. Also, the Pro-Ject is VERY speed and pitch accurate (which Rega turntables seem to have an issue with by spinning a tad too fast that makes it noticeable to some owners of that brand), it mimics the Quartz speed controlled technology Technics uses. I detected no wow & flutter. The Esprit utilizes a newer DC power supply ( walwart power supply). It also includes a built in speed box for accurate 33, 45, AND 78 rpm switching (with the exception of the 78 rpm, which requires you to lift the platter and adjust the sub-platter belt onto the larger pulley rung of motor, THEN, pushing the button for the 45 rpm speed, which will convert to the 78 rpm speed). Switching from 33, 45 speeds automatically with the button is a breeze, but, having to manually adjust the belt for 78 rpm speed is not a convenience...especially, if you are toggling between various records of different speeds for a listening session.
Overall, Pro-Ject has a guaranteed, sure winner with the Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Esprit. The Pros are abundant, the Cons are very little to gripe over, as they DO NOT affect the sound reproduction this deck can fully provide in spades ! Pro-Ject's philosophy is a proven one; K.I.S.S., keep it simply satisfying. There are no added bells and whistles, gimmicks, or automated functions or features. Just exceptional audiophile quality analog sound from your vinyl.
I've played 7 albums so far (all of them double albums) and the sound is just sublime. My wife keeps complimenting how awesome the music coming from the speakers sounds. The Ortofon 2M Red phono cartridge pairs well with the turntable and does a fine job of honestly reproducing what's in the record grooves. I can only surmise that when the cart is broken in and the turntable has some additional hours on it, the sound will improve even more. Adjustments to the tonearm/cart were NOT REQUIRED. The price had me a little aprehensive as I had no previous experience with Pro-Ject products. I am a McIntosh person thru and thru and I was pleasantly surprised with the faithful reproduction from the turntable. The only oddity I have found so far is that to turn the player off to change the record requires that you press and hold the speed control for 3 seconds as there is no stop/start or on/off button. I'm sure I will reprogram myself without issue.
If this price point does not threaten your wallet, then I would take the leap and know that you are going to be pleasantly surprised and get good value for money. Mine came supplied with the RCA jack and coupled ground wire which is a must to operate this turntable. Electricity 101 states you will connect all separate components to a common ground reference. Should you not, you too will whine about motor hum. Maybe that just people being ignorant. Hope this review helps those looking to spin the black circle with a top notch turntable. Vinyl RULES!
Update: the Ortofon Red has warmed up in sound after a week of playing and sounds much more open than the OE10 did