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Technics celebrates 50 years with colourful turntable

The Technics SL-1200MK7L Limited Edition comes in seven bold colours.

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Published 2022-04-08 - 8:00 am

The legendary Technics SL-1200 turntable is celebrating its 50th anniversary, and Technics has created a limited edition where the turntable will be available in seven colours in a limited edition of 12,000 units.

The SL-1200 was launched in 1972 and since then over 3.5 million units have been sold.

SL 1200M7L
(Photo: Technics)

All the new turntables have a golden tonearm and an anniversary logo with an engraved serial number. A record mat with a golden logo is also included, but otherwise the turntable is equipped with the same brushless motor as a regular Technics SL-1200MK7. It also has the same features, same chassis, same instant startup and not to mention the same sound quality as an SL-1200MK7.

The Technics SL-1200MK7L, as it’s called will be around €1,000.

Direct Drive Turntable System SL 1200M7L Yellow 04 989x989 1 Direct Drive Turntable System SL 1200M7L Blue 02 989x725 1 Direct Drive Turntable System SL 1200M7L Beige 05 989x989 1
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(Photo: Technics)

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