C-Major Turntable

The C-Major is EAT's best value turntable, incorporating many of the design features of the more expensive C-Sharp. You'll get a heavy platter for great speed stability, a solid record clamp, and the C-Note 9" tonearm, which uses very precision bearings. Combine this with the included $500 Ortofon Quintet Blue cartridge and fitted dustcover, and you will be getting a real value. This package will bring all your vinyl to life and give you many years of listening pleasure.

$2,545.00 - $3,345.00
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Amazing European Design Value

From the company making 20K turntables comes a real value for the person wanting a step up from an entry level table.

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Super Dense Resonant Damping Base

The European engineers at EAT designed a base made of dense MDF coupled with 10 thermoplastic elastomer dampers for the motor virtually eliminates and motor noise transfer and external vibrations.

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Carbon Fiber Tonearm

EAT's carbon fiber arm uses a very unique combination of both uni-pivot and conventional bearings for great tracking. It matches perfectly with the $500 Ortofon Quintet Blue that is included with the table.

  • The C-Note tonearm on the C-Major is 9" in length instead of 10" on the C-Sharp
  • There is no separate speed control
  • The main chassis has a more compact footprint
  • The platter clamp is smaller
  • The platter is smaller
More Information
Dimensions 18.1 13.9 4.9"
Features Belt Drive
Product Manual Download
Dustcover Included Included
Included Phono Cable Premium
motor AC Motor
Turntable Platter Aluminum
Turntable Speed 33-1/3, 45 RPM
Tonearm Included Yes
Tonearm Type Unipivot
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