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Con­voy In­ter­na­tional, which dis­trib­utes Mu­sic Hall in Aus­tralia, has re­leased Mu­sic Hall’s new en­try-level turntable, the mmf1.3. ‘ This new model in­tro­duces Mu­sic Hall to a new au­di­ence thanks to its very com­pet­i­tive pric­ing, while those fa­mil­iar with the brand’s ex­ist­ing, su­perbly en­gi­neered, high-per­for­mance line-up will im­me­di­ately recog­nise the brand’s DNA in the mmf1.3, which has been de­vel­oped on an all-new plat­form, dif­fer­ent to any pre­vi­ous model,’ said Geoff Matthews, of Con­voy. ‘ The mmf1.3 con­tin­ues the Mu­sic Hall tra­di­tion of purist de­sign fea­tur­ing belt drive, man­ual op­er­a­tion, solid MDF plinth con­struc­tion, su­perb iso­la­tion and high-qual­ity com­po­nents through­out. A d.c. mo­tor main­tains speed sta­bil­ity while an alu­minium ton­earm with pre­ci­sion bear­ings and re­mov­able head­shell and a high-qual­ity, pre-mounted Au­dio-Tech­nica car­tridge en­sures fi­delity that is unrivalled in its class.’

The Mu­sic Hall mmf1.3 has an elec­tronic speed con­trol that of­fers all three com­mon plat­ter speeds—33.33rpm, 45rpm and 78rpm—plus it also has an in­built switch­able phono pream­pli­fier, so there’s no need for your own am­pli­fier to have a phono in­put: the mmf1.3 will op­er­ate cor­rectly when plugged into any stan­dard line-level in­put. ‘ Mu­sic Hall’s rep­u­ta­tion for build­ing the world’s best-value turnta­bles is fur­ther en­hanced thanks to this out­stand­ing new model,’ Matthews told Aus­tralian Hi-Fi Mag­a­zine. ‘ We look for­ward to wel­com­ing a whole new group of vinyl lovers to the Mu­sic Hall fam­ily with the very af­ford­able 1.3.’

Avail­able now in a gloss pi­ano black fin­ish, and com­plete with vi­bra­tion damp­ing plat­ter mat, dust cover and vi­bra­tion damp­ing feet, the Mu­sic Hall mmf1.3 re­tails for $499.

For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, please con­tact Con­voy In­ter­na­tional on 1800 817 787 or visit the web­site at www.con­

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