philosophy of Nottingham Analogue
Rather than making more and more complex systems with exotic power
supplies, hard to set-up and maintain suspension systems, the Nottingham
Analogue Turntables really applies the "simple is good"
The motor is so small that the drive is always left "on".
To start the turntable, simply give the platter a "push".
The motor is then only required to overcome the minimal frictional
losses of the high quality bearing assembly. Speed is controlled
absolutely by the inertia of the high mass platter but without the
Nottingham Analogue Turntables also have no complex spring systems
that quickly tire and need adjustment and endless "tuning".
Your turntable need only a simple wooden table or a solid shelf
to work at it’s tonal best.
A unique feature of the Nottingham Analogue Turntables is the relative
ease with which 2 arms can be fitted. In some markets this is almost
a pre-requisite. Thus, virtually any combination of arms can be
mounted on the "Space" range.