NEWS: There are few sights more welcomed here than a new turntable… heck, any turntable with audiophile leanings, in fact. VPI’s new Scout, now updated for this decade, certainly makes the grade!
REVIEW: There’s no arguing that VPI’s Player turntable is one gorgeous looker, and its value as a package is unquestionable. Importantly, though, is whether it makes the cut solely on performance…
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…
NEWS: Having finally seen the error of its ways, Exposure now offers both DAC and phono on board its new XM5 amplifier… and in a compact box to ensure it fits in almost anywhere.
REVIEW: If you’re in the market for a phono stage that does the job without fuss, the Oehlbach Phono may be the thing for you.
NEWS: McIntosh covers all bases with its two new preamps, the D1100 for those who want everything digital and the MP1100 for vinyl proponents.
RANTS ‘N RAVES: It’s not just sentiment or sound that keeps the man from clearing his shelves off his collection of CDs… patience and convenience have roles, too!
NEWS: Well, well, what do we have here? Is the turntable finally about to be propelled to a new century… ? Buckle down and prepare for warp speed then!
REVIEW: Rega updates its modestly-priced turntable for all eras, incorporating a number of refinements for 2016. The new Planar 3 is as quintessential as it gets in this realm of vinyl.
NEWS: Here’s another spin on vinyl playback… a headshell that moves while you play back your records.
NEWS: Here’s another looker from Germany’s Clearaudio, all shiny and sleek in aluminium and acrylic.. spin your records in style and precision with the Innovation Basic.
NEWS: Static on your vinyl getting to you? Make it disappear with Furutech’s new brush that actually doesn’t come into physical contact with your LPs…
FEATURE: It seems there were turntables all over the place at the KLIAV Show 2016 – from esoterica that will set you back a car or two, to the unpack-and-play variety for the novice.
REVIEW: Little things can be quite a bit of fun, as we find out with the latest version of the Dynavector P75… be prepared to be hands-on, though, if you like tweaking with jumpers!
NEWS: So you thought the latest version of the iconic Technics SL-1200 was all you needed to be in vinyl heaven… well, a UK-based company says it gets even better with some enhancements.
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