VPI Nomad Version 1VPI  Nomad Version 1 Rare Mint ConditionThis is a pristine VPI Nomad Version 1. It is rare  This VPI Version 1 turntable has  a 10" tonearm that features a gimbaled yoke bearing with a steel rod through it, to make it nearly impossible ...650.00

VPI Nomad Version 1 Rare Mint Condition [Expired]


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This is a pristine VPI Nomad Version 1. It is rare 

This VPI Version 1 turntable has  a 10" tonearm that features a gimbaled yoke bearing with a steel rod through it, to make it nearly impossible to break.
Nomad's sound was its rich, voluptuous, uncolored midrange. Its impressive low-level dynamic capabilities made it easy to analyze individual phrasing techniques in jazz-piano solos


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Description:

Belt-drive turntable with integral phono preamplifier, headphone amplifier, and Ortofon 2M Red moving-magnet phono cartridge.

Motor: 24V AC synchronous. Platter: machined MDF, 11.7" (300mm) diameter.

Speeds: 331/3 & 45rpm. Wow: 0.06% (in accordance with DIN specification). Flutter: 0.04% (in accordance with DIN specification). Rumble: <–80dB (IEC 98A, unweighted).

Effective tonearm length: 9.8" (251.4mm). Overhang: 0.64" (16.4mm), Löfgren A. Offset: 21.8°. Tonearm mass: 10gm (without cartridge). Stylus-pressure adjustment range: 0–3gm (with 4gm cartridge).

Phono preamplifier gain: 35dB.

Cartridge loading: 150pF across 47k ohms.

Frequency response: 20Hz–20kHz (–0.5dB at 20Hz). Low-frequency rolloff: –1.4dB at 10Hz. Output voltage (RCA): 287mV at 1kHz (–10dBV).

Headphone amplifier gain: 10dB. Frequency response: 20Hz–20kHz (–0.4dB at 20kHz). Output: 395mWpc at 150 ohms, 165mWpc at 32 ohms.

Power supply: 24VAC at 50–60Hz.

Power consumption: 7.7W at full output with 32 ohm headphones.


Dimensions: 18.3" (470mm) W by 4.3" (109mm) H by 13.4" (343mm) D. Weight: 13 lbs

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