Pro-Ject Essential III Recordmaster Phono USB SB Turntable with Ortofon OM10

  • Sale
  • $683.00
  • Regular price $759.00
  • Will not ship until

Living Entertainment North Coast

Essential III RecordMaster - the first choice for quality recording your vinyl!


The Essential III RecordMaster follows what the Debut RecordMaster‘s have prebuilt. It is for everyone who wants to digitalize all his treasures for listening pleasures on the go! Simply connect your Essential III RecordMaster to a PC or Mac and record your vinyl. It outputs high-quality digital signal via the USB socket, making sure to catch all the love that is packed into a 12“ LP or a 7“ single!  


Equipped with the high-quality pickup OM10 by the phonographic cartridge pioneer Ortofon, Essential III RecordMaster delivers lively, balanced and highly involving sound that will delight every vinyl lover. Essential III RecordMaster comes in the aesthetic high-gloss colours black, red and white.

Check out our easy step by step Essential III set up guide:


• Belt drive with synchronous motor and silicone belt  

• Built-in USB output to record on your PC/Mac  

• Built-in Speed Box  

• Diamond-cut aluminium drive pulley  

• Chassis & platter made of resonance in-sensitive MDF  

• Integrated DC-powered motor control  

minimizes motor vibration and guarantees speed stability  

• Low tolerance platter bearing with stainless steel spindle  

• 8,6” aluminium tonearm with sapphire bearings  

• Ortofon OM10 cartridge pre-mounted  

• High-quality semi-balanced Connect it E phono interconnect  

with gold-plated RCA connectors included  

• Special decoupling feet  

• Dust cover included  

• High-gloss colour options: black, red, white


Number of Record Speeds


Drive Type

Belt Drive

Record Speed Supported rpm

45, 33.33

Platter Diameter

300 mm


Aluminium, Stainless Steel Bearing


42 cm


33 cm

Weight Approximate

5 kg


11.2 cm


High Gloss Red


11.2 cm (H): 42 cm (W): 33 cm (D)


Get the most from this product as well as heaps of great tips and tricks from our article - '5 Tips For Getting The Best Out Of Your Turntable'