Come to recover 2 installed on a turntable Technics SL-D2 and JVC L-A100 and discovers that it is a AT91 .. And I confirm my review of TA 3600 appears to be the same but maybe DJ Version .
Good entry level at excellent value for money cell ..
Bought came with a cell door. Given the very low price might fear the worst but now, with the first listening it goes pretty good. Good! No use trying to detail, but the spatial is entirely correct.
Rock on it ensures its job without flinching.
Jazz on it is impeccable, good rendering of bass.
On the Classic, the lack of precision and brightness in the rendering of orchestral masses do not intend to audiophile music lovers but by its ability to meet the acoustic space it may nevertheless help.
Maybe for use DJ (for beginner making by hand), in use HIFI, setting the weight against 1.5 certainly preserve our precious LPs accelerated wear.
It will replace an honorably original model can satisfactory.
However, compared to the entry level model Ortophon OM5 I place two notches below the Ortophon being brighter listening.
Amazing for the price, it therefore seems to me a pretty good deal ... especially since it seems to get better with time. Requires a break-in period so that it gives the best of herself, more accurately.