Michell Engineering -
Gyro Turntable with 303 Arm
Gyro/303

The classic Michell turntable, continuously refined during many years of development to the current level of performance. The Michell GyroDec is a three-point spring-suspended turntable of medium mass, which is compatible with most quality tone arms in existence. Earlier GyroDecs can always be brought up to present spec, and every modern GyroDec can be upgraded to almost the status of the mighty Orbe.

Single acrylic chassis, aluminium suspended subchassis with stabilized operation and internally isolated suspension turrets
Impedance-matched acrylic/vinyl platter, with brass weights for high inertia
Record clamp
Oil-pumping inverted bearing
Custom arm boards available for most tonearms
High-quality standalone DC motor
Optional HR power supply
Optional upgrade to Orbe-style platter and clamp
Finished in clear acrylic with aluminium metal parts or with black acrylic plinth with all black or black/gold anodised metal parts
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Our Price $6,399
Weight 14 kg
Dimensions 53 (w) x 41 (d) x 19 (h) cms
With lid fully opened 53 (w) x 49 (d) x 55 (h) cms.


Music and HiFi Review

The Michell Gyro-Dec is surely one of the most beautiful and tightly engineered turntables you could aspire to (which I do).
It has been a pure joy to listen to and aesthetically it has been a talking point every-time anyone has walked into my lounge.
It is probably the nicest piece of equipment I have experienced in over four years of reviewing hifi and forty years of listening to it.

What do I Love:

Everything about it
The aesthetic
Added warmth, depth and bass
The clamp

What Do I Like:

Speed control with the belt.
Orbe platter upgrade.

What Do I Wish:

I could afford it