Certus brings back the magic of turntables

Andrea Divirgilio / July 12, 2008

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With the influx of iPods and Wii and other such jazz, people still find beauty in nostalgia. The old gramophone that played discs sounds like a romantic dream of a distant era. Surprisingly, it has been only a few decades that the turntables were trounced by the tape, the tape by the CD and the CD by mp3 players. However, nothing can match the elegance and sophistication of a grand turntable wiped clean with a soft cloth and smelling of wood and metal. Certus Turntables come with the latest technology packed into the good old bulk of a record player. The Certus motor makes use of revolutionary applications of materials, which result in a music, experience that is simply out of this world. The Certus Turntable by Teres Audio is comes in two different models, the 460 and the 450. 460 has two armboards with the Gibraltar isolation stand and the 450 comes with everything available on 460 but the additional brass and hardwood base and the dual armboards. These satin coated brass beauties are best kept in your living room and enjoyed with a glass of red wine.

Imagine listening to Chopin’s Andante Spianato on this elegant turntable while you muse over the richness of the cabernet. You can go on for years and years like this. Pricing starts at $13,900 and goes as high as $25,500 for the top of line model.

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