许多音乐爱好者不愿错过模拟信号传化来的可感知的温暖和饱满的声音，并庆祝和培养与之相关的仪式感。 马克莱文森№ 5105 黑胶唱机就是为这些人而开发的。 它以清晰的线条和几何形状的设计形态为特征，非常简约和高品质的外观吸引了人们的注意。 极简主义风格的唱机将以性能为导向的组件置于设计的中心位置。 为避免表面边缘出现间隙，唱盘底部展示了由单个坯料精密加工一体成型的铝制底座，占据了 34 公斤重的唱机的很大一部分重量。 结合铝盘和三个可调节的悬挂支脚，使 № 5105 唱机异常稳定，确保不会受到可能影响声音的外部振动的干扰。 轮廓分明的铝制前面板，经过喷砂和阳极氧化处理，与玻璃显示屏和铝制边框无缝衔接，并带有与之相匹配的按钮。 标志性的微微弯曲的“沙漏”标志性轮廓巧妙地体现在盘托和唱臂外壳上，确保良好的抓地力和安全的操作。 高光黑色碳纤维唱臂过渡到铝制头罩，带有手指抬起功能，可实现精确的唱头稳定性和拾音精度。 独特的盘托垫放置在新式的 12 英寸 LP 唱片绝缘套内。
There are many music lovers who would not want to miss the perceived warmth and depth of analogue and who celebrate and cultivate the rituals associated with it. The Mark Levinson № 5105 turntable was developed with these people in mind. It attracts attention with its very reduced and high-quality appearance characterised by clear lines and a design language based on geometric shapes. The minimalist design was chosen to place the performance-oriented components centre stage. To avoid gaps at the surface edges, the chassis showcases an aluminium plinth precision machined from a single billet, which accounts for a large part of the turntable’s stately weight of 34 kg. In combination with the aluminium platter and three adjustable suspension feet, this makes the № 5105 exceptionally stable, ensuring that there is no interference from external vibrations that could affect the sound. The sharply contoured bead-blasted anodised aluminium front panels flow seamlessly into a glass display and aluminium bezel with buttons to match. The iconic gently curved “hourglass” signature profile is subtly interpreted in the platter weight and tonearm housing, ensuring a good grip and secure handling. The high-gloss black carbon fibre tonearm transitions to an aluminium headshell with finger lift for precise cartridge stability and sound pick-up precision. The distinctive platter mat is stylishly delivered in a 12" LP record jacket.
制造商 / Manufacturer:
Harman International Corp, Northridge, CA, USA
自主设计 / In-house design:
Jason Gokavi, Terence Dover, Matthew Waterman, Gunther Frohnhoefer, Nicholas Clarke, Todd Eichenbaum