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Shinola’s first audio product is The Runwell Turntable, designed inside and out for the discriminating audiophile and easy to use by any music enthusiast. Featuring a built in phono preamplifier and a belt driven pulley with speeds of 33 1/3 rpm and 45rpm.
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|Wow and Flutter|| |
35.4db @ 1KHz
|RIAA Conformance Deviation|| |
Less than +/- 0.25db, 20Hz to 20 KHz, exclusive of infrasonic filter at 13Hz
|Input Overload|| |
> 200mv at 1KHz
|Input Impedance|| |
47kohm in parallel with 200pf
|Signal-to-noise Ratio exclusive of cartridge intrinsic noise, unweighted|| |
|Gain 1kHz MM||35.4dB (jumpers open)|
|Gain 1kHz MC||55.1dB (jumpers installed)|
|Termination impedance, MM gain resistive||47kohm, via synthetic cooled termination|
|Equivalent temperature of 47kohm input termination, midband||< 20 degrees Kelvin|
|Termination impedance, capacitive||200pF on board|
|Termination impedance, MC gain resistive||installed on input pads per cartridge requirements|
|EQ characteristic||RIAA standard|
|Infrasonic filter||Second-order maximally-flat, -3dBr at 13Hz|
|Line-level output resistance||49.9 ohms, unmated|
|Overload margins||> 32dB at any frequency from 20Hz to 20kHz, based on reference levels of 5mV rms at 1kHz, 500uV rms at 20Hz, 50mV rms at 20kHz|
|Output noise, MM gain, at various analyzer filter bandwidths and 75 ohm generator Z|| 22Hz to 22kHz: 22uV rms|
100Hz to 22kHz: 12uV rms
400Hz to 22kHz: 8.6uV rms
|Output noise, MC gain, 10 ohm generator Z|| 22Hz to 22kHz: < 220uV rms|
100Hz to 22kHz: < 120uV rms
400Hz to 22kHz: < 86uV rms
|Power consumption from mains input, preamp only enabled||< 8W|
|Distortion at noise-versus-distortion inflection point||< 0.001%|
|Dimensions||18” x 13.875” x 7.5” (47.6cm x 35.2cm x 19cm)|
Every component and element of the Shinola Runwell Turntable was carefully sourced from manufacturers across the globe, then built at our new Shinola Audio factory in Detroit.