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- Order number: G20503
Real audio lovers don’t use just any old record player to play there favourite records. They are only satisfied with models that provide for the highest acoustic pleasure. Unfortunately many high quality turntables don’t come with an apropriate dust cover. Or maybe your old record player’s dust cover just broke and you can’t find a replacement. Now it’s easy to get exactly the turntable cover you need for your player.
Many customer send us pictures of how they use their custom turntable covers. Looking for inspirations? Then you might like to visit our Customer Gallery.
With this configuration tool you can create your own custom dust cover. Just enter width, depth and height click the „calculate“-button and you like and you will immediately see the price. But there are even more options to choose from.
But what to do if you need cut-outs in the back of your dust cover? You might need at least one cut-out for your record player’s power cord. We have provided for that. If you check the option „Cut-out for cables ?“ you can later tell us how many cut-outs you need and where exactly they need to be. Please tell us about your requirements for the cut-outs in a comment to your order (When you place your order you have the option to leave a comment).
The custom turntable covers are based on a connector system. They are delivered as an easy to assemble kit and come with a fully illustrated construction manual. You can get an idea of how it looks when you browse the Construction Manual.
The acrylic parts of the construction kit are joined with small countersunk screws (M2.5) and nuts, both with a white zinc surface. The case itself is made from crystal clear 4mm thick acrylic sheets. You can choose between a transparent, a black or a reflective back panel for your individual case. Black or reflective back panels are 3mm thick.
The base consists of two 4mm thick, transparent acrylic panels, which are bolted together. The upper panel’s width and depth match the inside dimension of the cover, so it fits in precisely. The lower panel measures 1.5 cm bigger on each side and has rounded edges.
„Flush base“ means that the outside of the lower acrylic base is just rectangular and flush aligned with the outside oft he cover.
INSIDE AND OUTSIDE DIMENSIONS
The online configuration tool uses the inside dimensions of the cover among other inputs to calculate the price of your custom cover. The outside measurements of the cover differ from the inside dimensions in the following ways:
- Outside width = inside width + 14 mm
- Outside depth = inside depth + 8 mm
- Outside height = inside height + 7mm
The outside dimensions of the regular acrylic base (if ordered) are:
- Outside width = inside width of case + 30 mm
- Outside depth = inside depth of case + 20 mm
The outside dimensions of the flush acrylic base (if ordered) are:
- Outside width = inside width of case + 14 mm
- Outside depth = inside depth of case + 8 mm
Can I use this custom cover for something else than turntables?
What material are the custom turntable covers made of?
Our custom turntable covers are made from acrylic glass. It's scientific name is PMMA, but you might also know it under one of it's many brand names: Plexiglas, Lucite, Acrylite or Perspex. The transparent panels of the turntable cover are made from 4mm strong acrylic glass. If you order your cover with a reflective or black back-panel (and/or base), then these parts are made from 3mm thick acrylic.
I know some plastics deteriorate under sunlight. Is this a problem with acrylic glass?
Can I buy an LED lighting system for my turntable cover directly from you?
I need custom changes to my custom turntable cover (for example additional cut-outs for handles). Can you do that?
Can I order my turntable cover based on dimensions in inches?
What is the difference between a "flush base" and a "regular base"?
What if any part of my turntable cover breaks - can I get replacements from you?
Help, my turntable cover parts look blue/green/scratched!