Music Hall Turntables

Several years ago, a smart fellow named Roy Hall decided that what the world needed (aside from more great Single-Malt Scotch) was a decent turntable that could lure folks away from CD's without asking them to mortgage their house. Roy is also the US importer for Creek electronics, and it seemed a natural thing to offer a modestly-priced turntable to go along with the other components he was offering. With the assistance of a well-known factory in Europe, he came up with the MMF-2, a complete analog playback system including table, tonearm, and cartridge (now offered with a Music Hall Tracker cartridge). It was, and still is (in its new 2.2 configuration at $449.00), a major success. Seeing this, Roy got a little more ambitious, and several years ago he offered the MMF-5 again a complete system with upgrades to the platter (glass), tonearm, cartridge (a high-quality Goldring), and even plinth (a dual-plinth design with damping between decks, no less!) available now for just $875.00.. It is a beginning history of Music Hall Turntables.
  Music Hall MMF-2 2LE Turntable
Music Hall MMF-2.2WH Turntable
  Music Hall MMF-11 Turntable
Music Hall MMF-9.1 Turntable
  Music Hall MMF-2.2 Turntable
Music Hall MMF-5.1 Turntable
  Music Hall MMF-5.1SE Turntable w/Music Hall Majo cartridge
Music Hall MMF-7.1 Turntable
  Music Hall MMF-9.1 Turntable Without Cartridge
Music Hall USB-1 Turntable
  Music Hall MMF-7.1 Turntable Without Cartridge