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Essential 2 / Phono USB

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The Pro-Ject Essential 2 and Essential 2 Phono USB takes everything that was great about the Pro-Ject Essential and makes it even better! The Essential 2 is the latest offering from Pro-Jects affordable turntable range. 

Welcoming a new motor control the Essential 2 offers quieter running and minimises unwanted vibrations. This turntable is a manual turntable that comes supplied with the same fitted cartridge as was previously found on its more expensive sibling, the RPM 1.3 Genie. This deck is the ultimate in introductory hi-fi; an 8.6” aluminium tonearm made from a single piece of aluminium combines with a sturdy plinth to make an even greater sounding and affordable turntable package.

The Essential 2 Phono USB comes with a built in phono stage with a USB out allowing for connection to both the line-level input of your hi-fi system and your PC/Mac so they easily can be used simultaneously!

Belt drive with silicone belt
Low vibration synchronous motor
Built in phono stage [Phono / USB Model]
Integrated motor control with DC power supply secures silent running
Main platter bearing made from stainless steel runs in bronze bushing with Teflon bottom
8.6" aluminium tonearm with sapphire bearings
Connections: line-level RCA to amp & USB to PC/Mac (simultaneously)  [Phono / USB Model]
Factory fitted Ortofon OM5e cartridge
Pre-mounted gold-plated RCA interconnect cable Special turntable feet for effective decoupling
Lid & felt mat included

Essential 2 Phono USB - unboxing

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Item code: PJessential2
Info correct on: 14/2/2017