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Music Hall MMF 2.2LE 2-Speed Limited Edition Audiophile Turntable

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  • Dynamically balanced platter
  • Tone arm offers adjustable VTA for precise cartridge alignment
  • Dynamically balanced alloy platter runs on a high precision stainless steel and bronze bearing assembly,
  • Easy to assemble - includes an excellent instruction manual and a 45 RPM adapter
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Music Hall MMF 2.2LE 2-Speed Limited Edition Audiophile Turntable + Music Hall PA1.2 MM/MC Phono Pre Amp + AudioQuest LP record clean brush
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 13 x 17 x 4.5 inches ; 19.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 19.8 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B000KOL7TY
  • Item model number: MMF2.2LE
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #53,064 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 8, 2006

Product Description

Music Hall MMF-2.2 LE Turntable Music Hall builds one of the best-value entry-level tables around, and now it comes in either a fantastic, high-gloss Ferrari Red or White finish. Featuring a heavily upgraded alloy tonearm, height-adjustable vibration-dampening feet for setting level, upgraded tonearm wiring and a new contoured dustcover. This table comes with a pre-mounted Music Hall Tracker moving magnet cartridge. The MMF-2.2 LE is the perfect introduction to the wonderful world of analog and in many ways no CD player can compete with the sound from this turntable! The MMF-2.2 LE includes a hinged dustcover which is easily removable for maximum sonic performance. Features: Gorgeous Ferrari red finish Special vibration damping feet One piece alloy tonearm for superb tracking ability Low noise fully manual belt drive design High precision stainless steel and bronze bearing assembly Bearing provides ultra quiet fluid operation Separately isolated asynchronous motor Two speed (33/45 rpm) pulley Music Hall tracker moving magnet phono cartridge User replaceable elliptical stylus Cartridge is mounted and properly aligned Alloy platter and felt mat Excellent instruction manual Quick and easy to assemble High quality gold rca connectors Dust cover and 45rpm adapter

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Customer Reviews

It's a precise instrument that produces fantastic sound.
Ken
I checked everything I could think of, until I lifted up the platter and found that the motor mount had snapped causing a vibration on the plinth.
junk collector
The instruction manual was clear and easy to follow, and, surprisingly, I found setting the player up extremely easy.
Jordan

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Eric Sarjeant on July 25, 2006
My local electronics superstore has a small assortment of cheap plastic turntables for sale. The Music Hall MMF is a quantum leap beyond anything you will find in the isles of mass produced consumer electronics.

Perhaps the most significant aspect of this design is the relocation of the power supply to an external adapter. This means the transformer is not encased within the turntable but is in fact outside the unit altogether. Obviously, since transformers can make noise this has an audible affect on the quality of your sound. The other striking feature is the lack of any electronic wizardry. There are no buttons to start or stop the tonearm, and the turntable is not automatic, simply start the platter turning and use a small lever to hoist the tonearm onto the LP.

While I am altogether thrilled with my MMF-2.1, there are some awkward features worth noting. Getting the tonearm properly balanced with the correct amount of tracking was extremely tricky. Skating is controlled using a thin plastic fishing wire and the tonearm is counterbalanced using a weight that requires fine tuning before it will balance properly. While this might take you an hour or so, it was well worth the effort.

My other challange was changing the needle from the stock Grado. This was also particularly tricky to get mounted and lined up properly, it would have helped if the needle headshell could be easily removed. Fortunately, switching out your needle is a rare event and will require rebalancing in any case.

Highly recommended if you are in the market for an audiophile grade turntable and are willing to spend a little time to get yourself setup.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Tara T. on June 20, 2008
The Music Hall MMF 2.1 is an entry-level, belt-drive, audiophile turntable and is a good choice for those wanting to move up into audiophile equipment without breaking the bank. Completely manual, there's no auto-return when the record is finished, though there is a cue lever and a simple on/off switch. Without the bells and whistles of lower priced (and lower quality) turntables you're getting quality materials and craftsmanship, i.e. a good tonearm, body and motor and beefy connector cable with gold plugs. Belt drive allows isolation of the motor from the rest of the turntable. The red, high-gloss finish is beautiful.

The turntable arrived with the cartridge already installed and aligned (a check with the supplied alignment guide confirmed the stylus alignment was right on) and setup was a simple matter of attaching the belt to the platter. I would've given the MMF 2.1 five stars if it came with a 12" platter (it's 11.8") and the anti-skating didn't mess with the cuing. This table, combined with my NAD AV-716 receiver, has brought new life to my LP collection as I've heard things I never heard before.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By junk collector on February 6, 2008
I bought this deck a few years ago and at first I was really impressed with the sound quality, the cartridge, and the overall "bang for the buck". However, after a year,the sound quality started to diminish. I checked everything I could think of, until I lifted up the platter and found that the motor mount had snapped causing a vibration on the plinth.

It appears that music hall uses a really cheap motor mount made out of an elastic-like substance that degrades from the excess thermal energy produced by the motor. There is no "clean" way of fixing this either. Rubber bands do an insufficient job at balancing the motor completely level as well.

In summary, if you want an entry level turntable that is great for about a year and you rarely play records, then purchase this deck. If you only play lps look for something that is a bit sturdier in build.

Also, if you ever want to change the cartridge or disconnect it for whatever reason, be extremely careful that the thin wires do not break off. If you are handy with a soldering iron, you can always fix it, but still it is a pain.

On a side note, I fitted the music hall arm onto my old AR turntable and it plays beautifully.(I just love that hanging weight for the anti-skate)
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18 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Gerard Masters on March 27, 2011
I usually try to reserve the term 'Awesome' in regards to our Highest Power, as it should be! But this Music Hall MMF2.2le Turntable is such a gas gas gas
that I, at risk of offending 'The Man', will attempt to use it here. This Absolutely Beautiful Creature is such a damned Bargain right out of the box that
it's not even funny. No wonder Music Hall can't make enough of them, even in a global recession! The 'Tracker' Cartridge, virgin and new out of the box absolutely kicked my A** with the fidelity it was pulling out of vinyl. If you've been reading alot of turntable reviews you might know me from the review I did on the Audio Technica ATLP120-USB That I bought on Amazon a couple of years ago. Well, that turntable far exceeded my expectations and I had a lot of fun with it. That being said, when I was done with my 78 project I decided to try one of these 'New Generation' Turntables-at a lot more $ than I've previously shelled out on turntables, which back in the day might have been a whoppin $125 MAX! So is shelling out $500 for this 'Entry Level' Audiophile Turntable worth it? In one word....YES. Even though, compared to the mighty old 'classics', the MMF2.2le and regular edition MMF2.2, might at first seem like we're going backwards, heck, where is the 'S' shaped tonearm, where is the fully automatic or semi automatic features so I don't have to get off my arse and shut the player down, but what we actually have here is the art and science of vinyl reproduction settling into what it should be-if taken seriously. The lesson is: if you want CONVENIENCE, then stick with cd's or mp3's. But if you instead think/like the way music is reproduced on the vinyl format, then you'll just have to re-jig your thinking just a little bit here.
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