Denon DP400F Turntable

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The Denon DP-400 has an interesting look — featuring a curved tonearm and a dust cover that doubles as an album stand — and it makes your favorite albums sound great, too. There’s a built-in phono preamp, so you can connect directly to a stereo receiver or a pair of powered stereo speakers.

The turntable is semi-automatic, so you can put on a record and perform tasks around the house without worrying about what will happen when the needle reaches the end of a side.

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  • Specifications

    • S-shaped tonearm optimizes tracking
    • built-in phono preamp
      • when switch is set to LINE, turntable must be connected to a standard line input (labeled AUX, CD, or TAPE)
      • when switch is set to PHONO, turntable must be connected to an outboard phono preamp or dedicated phono input
    • weighted, belt-driven platter
    • semi-automatic operation
      • user must select “automatic stop” using button on rear of turntable
      • tonearm automatically raises after playback and turntable stops
    • dual-purpose dust cover also acts as album display stand
    • replaceable moving magnet cartridge included
    • solid base construction reduces unwanted vibrations
    • three speeds: 33-1/3 rpm, 45 rpm, and 78 rpm
      • 78 rpm playback of some older pressings requires Audio-Technica VM670SP or similar stylus (stylus not included)
    • signal to noise ratio: 62 dB
    • 16-1/4″W x 5-1/4″H x 13-3/4″D
    • weight: 12.4 lbs.
    • warranty: 2 years