The TT One was our first turntable and has has evolved in recent years. The latest variant can be differentiated by the thicker birch ply plinth and four feet. Now featuring an over engineered leaded bronze bearing which is even quieter than the original effectively lowering the noise floor further. The free standing motor pod is constructed from leaded steel and acetal giving higher mass and further damping.
The deck is also easily upgradeable with the WM One (Wave Mechanic) Power Supply.
At the heart of all AnalogueWorks turntables is the over engineered single point bearing. This simple design ensures the smooth and silent running of the platter so that all you hear is the music. The high mass belt-driven platters maintain speed stability, while the solid birch ply plinths provide freedom from vibration and acoustic feedback. All materials and shapes have been chosen to balance or prevent resonance, creating a turntable with an ability to provide a faithful reproduction of your vinyl collection.
The most important raw material for birch plywood is a renewable natural resource – wood. Trees grow slowly in Finland’s climate and thus the wood it produces is close-grained and of consistently high quality. Birch plywood has excellent mechanical, biological, and acoustical properties making it an ideal choice for our plinths. All stages of the manufacture of the plywood are controlled for veneer thickness, glue spread, dimensional accuracy, overall thickness, bonding strength, and appearance. The manufacturer is also certified to ISO 9000 and 14001 standards.
Designed to provide the AnalogueWorks turntables with additional isolation from vibration, the feet use weight dependant dampening material to minimise interference for improved audio performance.
At the heart of any turntable is its main bearing. The AnalogueWorks bearing assembly is vastly over engineered and is manufactured to the highest precision. As a result the motor can rotate the platter assembly smoothly and silently without any unwanted bearing noise being presented to the cartridge. The manufacturer is certified to ISO 9001 standards.
The Revolter power supply allows the motor to work efficiently thereby reducing unwanted noise.
Tonearm Not Included
- Drive: Belt drive
- Speeds: 33.33 and 45.11 rpm
- Platter Mass: 6082 T6 Aluminium, 6.7kg
- Bearing: Leaded bronze sleeve with hardened and polished roller. Stainless steel shaft with precision ground point
- Plinth: Finnish birch ply with walnut veneer, 4.0kg
- Feet: Acetal with polymer insert
- Motor: Premotec motor in a stand alone pod fed via Revolter power supply
- Dimensions: 468mm x 369mm x 130mm
- Net weight: 18.0kg
- Shipping weight: 20.0kg
- Packaging: 565mm x 470mm x 345mm
- Tonearm capability: 9″ to 10″
“The AnalogueWorks Turntable One is a deft two-fi ngered salute to the idea that the UK is losing its touch at manufacturing. This neat design is evolved from the ideas of the late Tom Fletcher, the man behind many of the Nottingham Analogue range. Tim has taken these ideas to produce a turntable from components that aren’t just British, but come from the local area.
The performance is pitch perfect with a propulsive energy that gives everything it plays an emotional engagement.” Hi-Fi Choice, February 2014 – Ed Selley
That’s the thing about the Turntable One, especially with The Wand in place. It’s fun, unpretentious, fun, precise, fun, and fun. Like the Spacedeck and the Interspace, it doesn’t gloss over bad recordings and badly abused recordings, but it recalls your vinyl in a manner that will keep you listening long into the past, and not many turntables at the price can do that so effortlessly. Highly recommended.” Hi-Fi Plus, June 2014 – Alan Sircom
Der AnalogueWorks Turntable One ermöglichy den direktesten Wiedereintritt in das analoge Musikzeitalter, vermittelt durch seine bodenständige un agile Spielweise viel Freude an der Musik und kostet dabei nicht die Welt.” Hi-Fi Stars, September 2014 – Ansgar Hatscher
“You really don’t need to spend all that much time with this turntable to realise that Analogue Works has carefully considered every aspect of its design, engineering it for maximum performance while ensuring that it remains eminently user friendly. It’s a perfect sonic match for the Jelco arm, which combines for an expansive and full-bodied sound that’s begging for the best cartridge you can afford for long-term enjoyment.
I have a feeling we’ll be seeing and hearing a lot more about this machine as word spreads. If you’re in the market for a turntable upgrade, the Analogue Works deserves a place right near the top of your shortlist.” Hi-Fi Choice, September 2014 – Andrew Simpson