Boasting premium materials, stylish aesthetics, and a rich, lively sound, extensive research & development have ensured no-compromise build & sound quality for a ‘table in this range. The stylish CNC-machined plinth (gloss black, satin white, satin walnut foil) is free of plastic parts and is carefully manufactured to ensure there are no hollow spaces, which prevents unwanted resonance within the chassis. Carrying this philosophy throughout, the glass platter is also a massive, zero-resonance design with aesthetic appeal. To support the deck, purpose-selected turntable isolation feet prevent ambient vibration near your system from affecting your playback.

Additional information
Weight 3.8 kg
Dimensions 33.5 × 41.5 × 10 cm

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  • Belt-driven
  • Anti-resonant sub-platter design
  • Heavy 8mm thick, zero-resonance blasted-glass platter
  • Massive precision CNC-machined chassis with no hollow spaces, no plastic
  • Ortofon OM5e MM phono cartridge
  • 8.6″ high-precision low-mass tonearm
  • Low-friction, vibration-free tonearm bearing
  • One-piece tonearm design with integrated headshell
  • Shielded, semi-symmetrical, low-capacitance phono cables purpose designed by Pro-Ject
  • Vibration-absorbing feet
  • Elegant dustcover with adjustable hinges
  • Available in gloss black, matte white, walnut foil
  • Handmade in Europe


  • Nominal speeds: 33/45rpm
  • Speed variance: ±0.70% (33rpm), ±0.60% (45rpm)
  • Wow and flutter: ±0.25% (33rpm), ±0.23% (45rpm)
  • Signal to noise: 65dB
  • Effective tonearm mass: 8.0g
  • Effective tonearm length: 8.6″ (218.5mm)
  • Overhang: 22.0mm
  • Power consumption: 4.5W
  • Power supply: built-in 110V 60Hz power supply (captive power cable)


“The Pro-Ject T1 is minimal, gorgeous and an incredible value. The base model has direct phono output and manual drive belt change, but other options include built-in preamps, electronic speed switches and Bluetooth transmitters.” – Tucker Bowe, Gear Patrol Best Tech Product of Winter 2022

“A well-built, visually attractive, and easy-to-setup turntable.” – Lewis Leong, TechRadar

“The Pro-Ject may be a little over $400, but it shows how spending a little more can reap benefits. In terms of sound quality it really can bring out the best in your records. It offers refined treble, an expansive, detailed midrange and supple bass.” – Ty Pendlebury, CNET ‘Best Turntable <$500’ Feature