FEATURE: In a short new series, this vinyl junkie looks at used classic turntables you can shop around for to sample a medium that just refuses to go away…
FEATURE: Bowers & Wilkins is among the few hi-fi names that draw attention in the audiophile, lifestyle and luxury markets. The new flagship 800 Series D3 looks to further strengthen the brand in all areas.
FEATURE: Turntables come in all sizes and designs, but here’s one Canadian platter spinner that stands out from the crowd and promises to forever change your analogue life.
FEATURE: Sometimes, all you want is simplicity in the midst of all that’s happening to hi-fi in the computer audio age. Well, here’s an acclaimed American outfit that has stuck with its original vision.
FEATURE: If you’re the owner of an old or new Rega turntable and itching to buy a new one or upgrading, hold on… here’s how you can keep old faithful and take it up a few levels.
Q&A: How many turntable makers in existence today can claim that they were around when it all began? Here’s a company that’s seen it all, from the phonograph to the gramaphone to the modern-day vinyl spinner.
FEATURE: Ask yourself this if you’re into vinyl playback – how committed are you to the analogue cause? Find out here if you’re a passionate player or merely a pretentious poseur.
FEATURE: Buying a turntable and some LPs is a good start to going vinyl… but you need to keep those black discs as clean as possible. Here’s the vinyl doctor!
FEATURE: UK’s Chord Electronics has seldom been perceived as lagging in the technology game. However, upping the ante further is something touted to be a game-changer and put the company well ahead of the competition.
FEATURE: In which we delve into the mind of a young man tasked with taking turntable manufacturer VPI Industries into the distant future. Here’s our interview – digital, ironically, via email – with VPI scion Mathew Weisfeld.