Assembled in Detroit using mostly American-sourced parts, the Shinola Runwell Turntable is a belt-driven deck combining plug-and-play simplicity with a high-quality oak wood build. Developed in collaboration with VPI, it has a hefty aluminum platter and tonearm built by MDI of Lakewood, NJ. Its wooden base is finished in black or natural, with either black or rose gold accents, respectively. The integrated phono preamp lets you hook it straight up to most modern receivers and powered speakers, and the factory-installed Ortofon 2M Blue cartridge sounds great with both 33 1/3 and 45 vinyl. Finished with a matching leather platter mat. As seen in Uncrate Issue 03.
Wow & Flutter: < 0.1% / Gain: 35.4db @ 1 KHz / Signal-to-noise ratio: > 82db / EQ: RIAA standard / Distortion: < 0.001%
Width: 18.0" / Depth: 13.875" / Height: 7.5" / Weight: 40 lbs.