As if it had been hewn from the very rock face of a large mountain, the Storm Mk.II is strong, solid, heavy, massy and meaty. As you might expect, it applies those elements to the music it plays, producing control, authority and a dominance over each and every frequency. Detail is honed and exact with a precision that is impressive and a focus that is a standard that others will only dream about.
Paul Rigby (The Autophile Man)

The THUNDER is a consequent developed new design. It‘s all combined with the award-winning performance, elegance, convenience and comfort that have made the mass turntable Series so successful. Get ready to experience of the THUNDER series – now perfectly suited to your own unique style. THUNDER is designed and built for exceptional music reproduction, outperforming turntables selling for much more. The turntable plinth has been designed for optimum solidity, while the large footprint of the table generates even more stability to increase the weight concentration at the base of the turntable. 


495 mm x 185 mm x 405 mm
19.5” x 7.3” x 15.95”


37 kg / 81.6 lbs

Drive System

1 DC-Motor, speed controlled and regulated, fine adjustment of speed possible

Speed range

33 1/3 RPM and 45 RPM

Power adapter

Internal AC to DC power adapter (in Digital Motor Control DMC 2+)
Input: 100 V to 260 AC 50Hz
Optional: DC-Input 24 V via XLR 5 pin-connector


High precision Tidorfolon-bearing


Ø 340 mm / 13.38” x 70 mm / 2.76” aluminum
3 height adjustable feet


Aluminum platter Ø 310 mm / 12.2” x 50 mm / 1.97”
with silencer technology
weight: 11.5 kg / 25.3 lbs

Tone arm base

Adjustable between 220 mm / 8.66” and 304 mm / 11.97” for 9”- to 12”-tone arm

"The Storm Mk.II showed its low end abilities admirably with bass being an ever present, adding further solidity to the soundstage, producing a massy thrust to bass and a weight to guitars with percussion adding punch but also plenty of tonal variety as each drum type was hit during a mini solo sequence."