“The experience was a bit of a revelation… I finally understood why some people have such an affinity for vinyl”. Read the full review at The Next Web.
Matt Kessler from Too Many Records’ “favorite turntable under $1000”.
Stellar Performance And Unbeatable Value – It didn’t matter the genre… it all just plain sounds noticeably better on this turntable” Read the full review at Forbes.
What Is Off-Center Pressing? Off-center pressing is essentially when the spindle hole in the center of the album is not properly aligned to the center of the grooves. Not all records are produced to equal quality standards. Without proper alignment, the needle is unable to track in the grooves and may cause it to wobble […]
Auto Stop Defined Auto stop, also known as auto shut off, uses a system to halt the record from spinning once it has finished playing, rather than continuing to wear at the stylus. The stylus remains in the blank lock groove at the end of the LP. Not to be confused with an auto-return, which means […]
Not only are vinyl records back, but they’ve returned with a vengeance: they’re even starting to out-sell digital downloads in the United States and around the world. Now we know for the die-hard fans they never left, but for many, vinyl records are a new music discovery. With that new discovery comes a slew of […]
There’s no doubt about it. Vinyl is back in the mainstream. For audiophiles it never left. Since the advent of the digital era, audiophiles have touted the warm sound of the old school vinyl records that the vast majority of consumers abandoned in favor of convenience. But vinyl isn’t just for audiophiles anymore. It looks […]
The popular resurgence of the turntable may be surprising to some, considering the wide availability of digital music, however those who have experienced vinyl know the qualities that make it a superior listening medium. There have been loads to advancements when it comes to components and production, yet the basic science of how a turntable […]