Up to $200 of Free Vinyl, with Music Hall Turntables

Posted on 16th June, 2020

Up to $200 of Free Vinyl, with Music Hall Turntables

Arguably one of the unsung heroes of the turntable world, Music Hall produces high quality, well-priced turntables and have been doing so since 1985.

Music Hall manufactures its range in a purpose-built facility in the Czech Republic, by engineers that have been doing so for more than 50-years. With a philosophy of producing turntable that offers trouble-free vinyl playback enthusiasts of all ages and level of experience, all Music Hall turntables come fitted with arms, cartridges and dust covers.

The best part is that until July 31st, Music Hall Australia is running a promotion that includes a bonus e-voucher for up to $200 worth of vinyl from vinyl.com.au, when you purchase mmf-1.3, mmf-2.3 of mmf-5.3 turntables.

At just $499 for the mmf-1.3 model, and unusual at this price point, it retains all the attributes of Music Hall turntables comprising a belt-drive, manual operation, audiophile-quality tonearm, hefty MDF plinth, superior isolation abilities, and audio grade components throughout. There's also a DC motor unit with exacting speed stability, a tonearm honed from aluminium, and close tolerance bearings. The icing on this budget-pleasing turntable is the inclusion of an Audio Technica cartridge pre-mounted on a removable headshell. Finally, with its built-in phono stage, all you need to do is plug it into your existing stereo or smart speaker, and you'll be digging the grooves in no time. And to top it off, for this model you'll get a $50 e-voucher to spend on your first vinyl records.

Once you have made your purchase from an authorised dealer, register your purchase online, and you'll receive your voucher within 14 days.

Offer ends July 31st, and for more information, visit the dedicated promotion website here.


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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