Get in the groove with a $56,000 four-armed turntable
MP3 players and iPods, along with their compatible docking stations, have for a long time now obviously taken the place reserved for standard music systems and vinyl. However, a niche for old-fashioned yet exclusive turntables still exists. Many audiophiles are showing renewed interest in the sound of vinyl. To cater to such clientele, here is a high-end turntable worth $56,000 that promises unparalleled acoustic pleasure. Fitted with three motors, this table is built around a TW-Acoustic Raven AC. Jeff Catalano at Highwater Sound has tweaked it with four arms that come from Breuer Dynamic, Graham Engineering, Triplanar, and Ortofon. Cartridges from Dynavector, Ortofon, and Miyabi, certainly give it an extra edge. Copper unifies with special polymer to provide a compound platter.
Michael from Dvice reports that this unit was recently exhibited at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest.
Fine tuned with such exceptional features, this four-armed turntable is out to woo all the DJs who are itching to scratch the records in their cool style.