Heed Orbit 1 PSU

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Part Number:Orbit 1
  • Type:Turntable power supply
  • Output voltage:110 V
  • Output frequency:50 Hz (for 33.1/3 rpm) / 67.5 Hz (for 45 rpm)
  • Output stability:0.1 % frequency shift / max. 1 % THD
  • Output power:Max 3 W
  • Dimensions (h x w x d):9.5 x 7.5 x 22cm


110V output


Quartz regulated, noise free output


Push-button speed change (33,1/3 and 45 rpm)

The Orbit 1 compliments the Linn Sondek LP12 as an affordable alternative to Linn’s top-of-the-line LP12/Lingo combination.

The speed accuracy and stability of many belt drive turntables driven by a synchronous motor depends entirely upon the quality/consistency of frequency delivered by the domestic mains supply. However, mains frequency at 50Hz / 60Hz leaves much to be desired since it is subject to fluctuation, distortion, and other innumerable problems prior to reaching your listening room. The Heed Orbit 1 and Heed Orbit 2 off-board turntable power supplies offer a sophisticated solution to stabilise and improve any 4-pole, low-power 110V synchronous motor drive, elevating your deck’s sonic performance to startling new levels of musicality. Backgrounds become "blacker”, separation of instruments more sharply defined, while bass gains added depth, and the overall sound-stage widens accordingly.

Both Orbit models give the added convenience of electronic speed change between 33 1/3 and 45 RPM via one single, elegant push-button in lieu of the rather fussy manual speed change arrangement of many turntables (removing the platter and shifting the belt on the motor pulley time and time again.)

The Orbit regulates your turntable’s motor drive via an intricate quadrature-quartz speed generator, providing unsurpassed speed accuracy and pitch stability. Packed into a hefty shielded steel casework (protecting the unit from electromagnetic interference and vibration) are two mains-filtering transformers, and a high-current amplification circuit to assure that the power passed onto your motor is smooth and constant, with no fluctuation and virtually immeasurable distortion.

The Orbit 1 requires a small modification of the motor circuitry (which must be carried out by a qualified dealer/technician).

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