Linear Power Supply for Technics SL Series Turntables | STEP1

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£195.00

# Proven Design

# 21V DC Regulated Supply

# Entry Level PSU

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Improve the sound of your Techncis SL1200 or 1210 by removing the noisy stock power supply and fitting the MCRU | LDA fully regulated linear power supply. Based on a proven award winning design this is our entry level psu fitted with Kimber Kable to connect it to your Techy and best of all we are offerng the PSU at a special launch price for only £195.

You will receive the PSU with 2 wires hard wired inside, one for connecting to the Technics internal PCB and the other to the ground of the PCB, full instructions are provided or we can carry out the work for you. All the electronics to power your Techy are housed in 1 case, simply attach to wires to the internal pcb and job done.

The psu has an iec inlet on the rear to attach a mains power lead which is provided to suit your country, UK, EU, USA, AUS as well as 100V, 120V or 240V versions to suit any country.

There is no on/off switch so you can use the switch on your turntable or power off your hifi as required. 

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By (Hamburg, Germany) on 11 Nov. 2016 (Linear Power Supply for Technics SL Series Turntables | STEP1) :
(3/5

Highly recommended upgrade for your SL-1200/1210

The idea of outsourcing the PSU never really convinced me except for the fact that you would remove a source of possible disturbances for the cartridge as some people reported. A few years ago the choice of affordable PSU was very low. With this MCRU PSU I found a power supply within an acceptable price range and I thought I could give it a try. The first impression is very promising. Solid build, good connectors and cables indicate a quality product. Installing the PSU following the provided instructions is relatively easy and should be doable for most people. Then you should give the PSU a few hours time to unfold its sonic qualities. Yes, it needs some time even though I'm not an advocate of these burn in theories. In my opinion this upgrade was just as important as a new tonearm on the upgrade path list. My suggestions to turn this product from a top product into an absolutely unbeatable deal is to include better photos with the instructions, add the instructions for the power switch plus the cables.

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