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Pro-Ject 1Xpression III – AUDIOPHILE AND OPTIONAL IN COMFORT VERSION  

 

 

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1Xpression III is now the 5th generation of the hi-fi classic Pro-Ject 1 which was presented for the first time 18 years ago. No other entry-level turntable is more audiophile and the current version includes an improved main bearing, acrylic platter, carbon tone-arm with aluminium head-shell and effective decoupling of the drive motor. As an option the 1Xpression III is also available in a comfort version including electronic speed change and limit stop.  

 

 

 

1Xpression III Comfort – Manual turntable including carbon  

tone-arm with or without electronic speed selector and limit stop  

 

Turntable  

Belt drive design with low noise AC motor Type Select 2  

Plinth out of MDF with high gloss anthracite surface  

Acrylic 0,9 kg platter  

Platter bearing Type Block 2: Low-tolerance chrome-plated stainless-steel axle runs on a polished ball bearing in a brass bearing housing  

Motor decoupled to reduce vibration  

Integrated Speed Box allows electronically switchable speed between 33 and 45 Upm  

Automatic cutoff at the end of the record  

Height adjustable rubber-damped aluminum cones  

Gold-plated RCA phono sockets  

 

Tonearm 8.6c  

8.6" Carbon fibre tone-arm with aluminum headshell  

Conical armtube avoids standing wave refl ections  

Inverted tonearm bearing comprises inverted hardened stainlesssteel points and sapphire thrust-pads  

Solid armbase permits accurate height adjustment of armtube and VTA (vertical tracing angle)  

Single-screw fixing of armtube allows rotation for easy adjustment of needle azimuth despite fixed headshell  

Highly flexible top-grade copper internal wiring  

Silicon damped tone-armlift  

Resonance optimized counterweight construction  

 

1Xpression III  

Same as above without electronic features  

 

How to do 78rpm with Pro-Ject turntables  

 



Last update 29.08.2014

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