Think a vacuum record cleaning machine is too expensive or inconvenient? Skeptical that a one-step record cleaning fluid is all you really need? Both the...
The Pro-Ject X1 turntable with Sumiko Rainier Cartridge represents the next step up in turntables from their entry-level models. Having just reviewed and...
Affordable giant-killing Phono Stage from Sutherland Engineering. Revolutionary Transimpedance amplification for Moving Coil cartridges only.
The Pro-Ject X2 turntable with Sumiko Moonstone cartridge represents the next step up in turntables from their entry-level models.
The VPI Cliffwood is the New Jersey turntable specialist's most accessible turntable yet, both in price and ease of setup.
Craving a mid-priced and great sounding turntable with a more avant-garde design? Yes, sir, you’ve come to the right place!
Today, I’ll be checking out the RT85 turntable from Canadian upstart Fluance. They have released a barrage of new products over the last few years. Entire ranges of speakers and music systems are now joined by turntables. I’ve had the pleasure of reviewing a few pieces and have been thoroughly impressed by the sound and build quality of their product, especially for the reasonable prices. How will the new Reference Turntable fare?
I just had the good fortune to review a system comprising two cutting-edge Mark Levinson products – the No515 turntable and the No585.5 integrated amp. The No515 was fitted with an Ortofon Cadenza Bronze MC cartridge on its 3D-printed, Gimbaled tonearm. The high torque AC motor drives three belts that provide precise speed control. The deck also has excellent isolation properties and a full set of calibration controls.
The VPI Prime Signature turntable sits atop of their Production Line, and is priced at $6,000 without cartridge ($6,800 in Rosewood). Packing many of the features found in their Reference lineup of turntables, the VPI Prime Signature is a stunning piece of audio equipment both in sonics and aesthetics.