Weight – 83 kg
Technical specifications Gallery
Total weight [kg]: 83
Platter weight [kg]: 18
Platter material: derlin and cast iron
Bearing type: ceramic ball-inverted
Motor [pcs]: 2 DC
Rotation speed [rpm]: 33; 45
No. of tonearms: 2
Glass mat: yes
Power supply: yes
Dimensions [mm]: 620 x 350 x 410
J. Sikora Standard Max Black turntable sets a standard for how 21st high-end audio should be executed and more importantly, how it should perform. Jan Sikora made an ode to the analog and undoubtedly proven maturity of J.Sikora turntables with its Standard Max Black.
Standard Max Black’s design does not impose itself, but a quick glance reveals refined minimalism with the qualities of the Bauhaus school of design. It is characterized by first-class construction quality, and the hidden complexity is executed in a simple but not simpler way.
In a highly competitive high-end audio market, the J. Sikora Standard Max Black turntable offers more than just a captivating and engrossing look at what the analog cosmos has to offer. Standard Max Black provides surprisingly effective levels of clarity, accuracy, and upper-level music data headroom.
No wonder that in a relatively short time J. Sikora turntables were embraced by so many analog enthusiasts and connoisseurs around the world.
With the analog playback quality it offers at a given price, it is not difficult to recommend this excellent turntable from Poland. Compared to the many high-end audio turntables Standard Max Black the price tag does not only seem reasonable. The price-performance ratio is far above expectations. J. Sikora Standard Max Black turntable represents an epitome of contemporary high-end audio turntable design and raises the bar with its quality, performance, and value.
For which I reward the J. Sikora Standard Max Black and KV12 tonearm with the 2020 Mono and Stereo Highly Recommended Product Award and Best of 2020 with all my heart. ♛
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