Dr. Feickert Analogue

… was not simple. From the very beginning it was clear that we want to excel our older products transferring their virtues into a traditional chassis. So we were looking for new ways to reach this goal and get the results we were looking for …

After a lot of refinement we found a way to get correct interaction of only one mass layer with the chassis. At the same time our focus was on „ease of use“ with features like the sliding armbase with pivot-spindle scale. This approach allows you to change tonearms within a couple of minutes and imagine how easy it can be to set up a tonearm this way …

Portfolio

Woodpecker

 

*  belt drive turntable quick-release system for tonearms/armboards integrated Protractor for cartridge/tonearm alignment (optional)

Dimensions: 480 mm x 380 mm x 140 mm

Armboard: 205 – 300 mm pivot-spindle (9 – 12 inch eff. length)

Weight: 13,5 kg (chassis), 18 kg (without tonearm)

Warranty: 2 years (chassis and electronics), 5 years (bearing)

Blackbird

 

*  belt drive turntable, 2 motors, 2 tonearms quick-release system for tonearms/armboards integrated Protractor for cartridge/tonearm alignment.

Dimensions: 530 mm x 420 mm x 150 mm

Armboard right: 205 – 320 mm pivot-spindle (9 – 13 inch eff. length)

Armboard left (optional): 205 – 240 mm pivot-spindle (9 – 10 inch eff. length)

Weight: 17,5 kg (chassis), 22 kg (without tonearm)

Warranty: 2 years (chassis and electronics), 5 years (bearing)

Firebird

 

*  belt drive turntable, 3 motors, 2 tonearms quick-release system for tonearms/armboards integrated Protractor for cartridge/tonearm alignment.

Dimensions: 560 mm x 460 mm x 160 mm

Right arm-slot: 205 – 345 mm pivot-spindle (9 – 14 inch eff. length)

Left arm-slot (optional): 205 – 300 mm pivot-spindle (9 – 12 inch eff. length)

Weight: 23 kg (chassis), 29 kg (without tonearm)

Warranty: 2 years (chassis and electronics), 5 years (bearing)

Protractor

We have revised our famous „Universal Protractor“. Besides making handling easier we have enhanced the functionality as well as accuracy. On this Protractor you can find all three well known, major geometries aka Baerwald, Lofgren and Stevenson.

The general geometrical correlation of a tonearm based on a fixed pivot point are well known since the fundamental publications of Baerwald and Lofgren back in the first half of the 20th century. The conclusion of both papers was that such a tracking device must have an angular offset (zenith) with a defined overhang. The offset and the overhang vary with the effective length of the tonearm itself. While tracking the record the stylus matches tangential position in the groove at two points – the inner and outer Null points (linear tracking position). In the early 1960ies another mathematician has calculated a new set of parameters taking into account that on records with classical music very often crescendos occur towards the innermost grooves (Stevenson).

 

Finishes

Woodpecker
The absolute sound – Andre Jennings – 07 / 2014:  Not just a pretty face – Read the Review
HIFI Live – José Manuel Delgado – 05 / 2013:  Un “pájaro carpintero de gran calibre” – Read the Review
 Techradar – Jason Kennedy – 06 / 2010:  An intriguing turntable from Dr Feickert which takes a new approach to the challenges of perfect vinyl replay – Read the Review
Blackbird
 six moons – Marja & Henk – 07 / 2010: A blackbird sings in the dead of night – but not only then – Read the Review
Firebird
 stereophile – Michael Fremer – 03 / 2016: … But if you’re looking for an all-in-one turntable that avoids the hassles of outboard tonearm and motor pods and can accommodate two or more 12″ arms, the Firebird is well worth considering. I greatly enjoyed my months of listening with it  – Read the Review