Lenco Turntables

Lenco Turntables

Lenco is now a Dutch brand of audio & video equipment and part of the STL Group of brands.

However, when audio hobbyists refer to Lenco turntables, they are typically referring to the defunct Lenco AG of Oberburg, Switzerland, a turntable manufacturer of the 1950–1980s. This article will discuss why vintage (used) Lenco turntables are of interest to audio hobbyists.

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Why Are Vintage Lenco Turntables Interesting?
... Turntables are electromechanical systems used to extract musical signals cut as modulations into vinyl or shellac records ... As a system, a turntable typically consists of a platter and drive system (mounted on a plinth), a tonearm, and a phono cartridge ... A key functional requirement of a turntable system is the consistency of the platters rotational velocity, especially when high level modulations (lou ...
Why Are Vintage Lenco Turntables Interesting?
... Turntables are electromechanical systems used to extract musical signals cut as modulations into vinyl or shellac records ... As a system, a turntable typically consists of a platter and drive system (mounted on a plinth), a tonearm, and a phono cartridge ... A key functional requirement of a turntable system is the consistency of the platters rotational velocity, especially when high level modulations (loud sounds, typically with low ...