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Exposure 360 Turntable

Introducing British hi-fi brand Exposure 360 Turntable - The turntable is built around a super-lightweight plinth, in which a polyurethane foam core is sandwiched between an extremely thin and rigid high-pressure laminate.

Music lovers looking for the perfect device to pair with their beloved Exposure Electronics hi-fi components need look no further – the new Exposure 360 turntable has arrived.

As the company’s full name suggests, British hi-fi brand Exposure Electronics is a company whose focus tends to be firmly on electronics. With the launch of its first record player, does this mean the company is diversifying?

“Not exactly,” says Exposure. “This is more of a case of ‘you asked, we listened.’ Our customers have been asking us for an Exposure turntable for some time that perfectly complements our range of electronic products.”

A leading British turntable manufacturer has designed the new Exposure 360. It is intended to be the “perfect partner” to the Exposure range and align with the company’s ethos of creating products “that consistently outperform its direct competitors. At prices as surprising as their performance.”

The turntable is built around a super-lightweight plinth, in which a polyurethane foam core (a material developed for the aerospace industry) is sandwiched between an extremely thin and rigid high-pressure laminate.

A double-layer float glass platen, whose increased mass is designed for high-speed stability, sits atop the subplate, which forms part of the bearing assembly and comprises a single piece of machined aluminum designed to improve stability at speed. The bearing features an ultra-low friction brass hub anchoring to the socket using a machined aluminum collar.

An aluminum drive pulley with a belt drives the quiet 24V synchronous motor. A dedicated, independent power supply, which is manually adjusted and precisely matched to each turntable’s motor, prevents unwanted noise from entering the turntable and ensures that delicate low-level signals are protected from potential sources of interference. The power supply unit provides one-button speed selection, advanced anti-vibration control, and electronic fine speed adjustment.

The 360’s integrated tonearm features a tonearm tube designed using intelligent mass redistribution to ensure fewer points of potential resonance. At the same time, its mounting is reinforced with the bearing housing to ensure maximum rigidity and precision.

The insulation feet are made of Santoprene rubber and reinforced with aluminum.

The 360 turntable features Exposure’s signature minimalist design and comes in a matte gray finish with high-gloss black polymer edges and a distinctive vibrant red mat. The turntable is supplied with a smoked polystyrene dust cover and is suitable for use with MC, MM, or other cartridges (not included).

The Exposure 360 turntable is now priced at £1,300 (including VAT).