Pro-Ject Debut III


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  • There are a few upgrades on the Debut format here, which aim to give credence to the ?audiophile? moniker. The S refers to the S-shaped tonearm, the first time such a design has appeared on a Debut turntable.
  • This design is often claimed to improve tracking and reduce distortion compared to a straight equivalent, though it?s often more a simple matter of personal preference.


  • There is no need for Pro-Ject to radically rethink its sound – past Debuts have been good or excellent – and we?re happy to report much here is pleasantly familiar. Listen to Four Tet?s Circling and the repetitive rhythms are handled confidently.
  • There?s a good level of detail and decent dynamics, and the Pro-Ject handles the full sonic spectrum without wavering. Treble notes are crisp and bass drums are solid.


  • Product ranges don?t hang around for the best part of 20 years without reason. The S III Audiophile is solidly designed and smartly finished – and though there may be a new logo and tonearm design, it?s a chip off the old block.
  • All in all, this is another excellent Pro-Ject Debut turntable and one you need to hear.


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If you’ve never experienced the warm and natural sound that vinyl is famous for, the Debut III is a great introduction. This acclaimed Pro-Ject turntable makes an excellent choice for vinyl newcomers and seasoned audiophiles alike who want outstanding sound quality without spending a fortune. Pro-Ject’s minimalist design philosophy focuses on the features that benefit sonic performance ? no unnecessary bells and whistles here. With its simple, elegant appearance and handsome matte black finish, this table will look and sound fantastic perched on your audio rack.

Pro-Ject knows that turntable setup can be a challenge for the novice. That’s why the Debut III comes out of the box virtually ready to play. Its pre-matched, factory-mounted phono cartridge and tonearm take the guesswork out of installation, and give you optimized sound quality with minimal effort. A few simple steps to dial in key settings like tracking force and anti-skating are all it takes to get this player primed and ready to deliver spacious, detailed music.

Key Features

  • Heavy two-piece 10″ steel platter with felt mat provides Excellent speed stability and protects records from scratches
  • Precision bearing system for smooth, quiet platter rotation
  • One-piece aluminum tonearm for superior rigidity and low resonance
  • Includes pre-mounted Ortofon OM-5E moving magnet cartridge
  • Medium density fiberboard (MDF) base with four shock absorbing rubber feet
Weight 5500 g
Dimensions 320 × 415 × 118 mm

Power Consumption Operational 2 Watt
Speeds Supported 33.3 rps, 45 rps
Operation Type full manual
Cartridge Type Moving Magnet (MM)
Signal-To-Noise Ratio 65 dB
Power Form Factor external


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