REVIEW: You will seldom go wrong with a Rega turntable, and the UK manufacturer’s latest offering, the Planar 6, is a tribute to a pedigree that’s as impressive as this vinyl spinner’s performance.
REVIEW: A song so sweet sings the Rega Aria phono stage that our reviewer is entertained and enthralled right through his vinyl collection, no matter the quality of the black disc.
REVIEW: Serious about vinyl? Then the Audio Flight Phono is a mandatory accessory, especially if you want to extract the last bit of information from your precious black discs.
REVIEW: Vinyl addicts seeking to preserve their LP collection digitally will be keen on the PS Audio NuWave phono converter… or, otherwise, how to make analogue sound digital…
REVIEW: Time for another vinyl break, so here’s an update on an acclaimed Parasound phono preamp… the news is, it got better. Much better, as our vinylhead discovers.
REVIEW: It may be basic, it may assault your senses with its colour scheme… but this budget LP spinner from Pro-Ject certainly gets the job done sans fuss or fumble.
REVIEW: They don’t come much prettier than Lenco’s L-175 turntable, very much a product of the times… but can looks alone sell this direct-drive design?
REVIEW: Here’s something that does vinyl with minimum fuss. Pro-Ject’s no-frills turntable just needs to be plugged in and played… wait… you will need one of those black discs, though.
REVIEW: If you’re shopping for a vinyl player on a tight budget, there are just two companies that matter – the “other” one and, of course, Pro-Ject; its Debut, in the latest iteration, promises to nudge ahead in the race for your dollars.
REVIEW: “Looking good, babe …” is what we’d say if a VPI Traveler were to walk by us. And we’d certainly like to hear what she would have to say, too. This is VPI’s sexiest turntable so far…