EAT revives an old idea from NAD in the 1980s, but with a modern execution.Welcome the E-Flat belt-drive turntable with its, er, flat carbon fibre tonearm
Roksan's iconic vinyl spinner remains one of the most forward-thinking decks on the market and the latest version now comes with a raft of considered upgrades
From the reborn Transcriptors company comes an all-new turntable with a pedigree, a design that still follows in the footsteps of the classic 1960s and 1970s models
From Southern Germany comes a seriously heavyweight deck that's built on solid foundations. But will the Thunder's roar light up the skies or rain on the parade?
The latest member of the Acrylic series boasts performance to match the looks
Cosmetically identical, the latest revisions to the OC9 are all internal.
As well as looking impressive, the Series 3 included some interesting features
A classic Japanese brand stages a welcome return with a competitive design
Ortofon's flagship moving magnet design offers superior spacial performance
The latest version of the budget classic features additional bracing and a revised tonearm
The latest improvements to a long-standing classic are subtle but extremely effective
The American brand arrives in the UK with a design determined to make an impact
Clearaudio's most affordable moving coil design yet
A classic British name returns with a real heavyweight
A cost-effective Swiss offering that gets to the heart of the music
The more affordable Paris V incorporates technology from the latest Delphi
Cost effective and not without its charm
Some treble issues detract from the overall performance
An excellent performer at a very creditable price
An entry level moving coil with many strong sonic qualities
Now in 'SP' guise featuring an improved bearing and twin drive belts, Avid's Acutus turntable with Reference power supply is a worthy flagship for the marque
Elegantly armed by a Danish ally, this German turntable has a classy look. But with current exchange rates, can the Amazon find a competitive place in today's TT jungle?
Massively engineered and exquisitely finished, this Innovation/Universal/da Vinci turntable/arm/cartridge combination embodies a host of Clearaudio technologies
With its ebony body and boron cantilever, this latest moving-coil from Switzerland's Benz Micro is a highly polished transducer
One of Germany's heavyweight turntable makers lightens up, giving its stylish new baby an Italian-sounding name. So is the Barzetti more than just a fashion item?
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