Empire 698 Turntable (ad, Nov. 1977)

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Here's another Empire 698 Turntable dashing off the assembly line.

It takes 15 1/2 hours to make an Empire turntable.

Each one stands over 80 separate inspections before it reaches the end of the line.

And after the assembly is done, we test it some more.

Wow and flutter, rumble, and speed accuracy are electronically confirmed to meet specifications before final approval.

It's not a fast way to finish a turntable, but it's a great way to start one.

EMPIRE -- Empire Scientific Corp., Garden City, New York 11530


(High Fidelity, Nov. 1977)

Also see:

JVC turntables (ad, Nov. 1977)

Dual turntables (ad, Nov. 1977)

Lenco Turntables (ad, Nov. 1977)

Technics by Panasonic -- SL series turntables (ad, Nov. 1977)

AKG Phono Cartridge (ad, Nov. 1977)

Philips High Fidelity Laboratories, Ltd. (ad, Nov. 1977)

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