With an impressive goal to reproduce music in the most natural and enjoyable manner to the human ear, especially for all who are discerning and in pursuit of finer things, the China-based manufacturer of high-end audio products Opera Consonance has now created the Isolde turntable which is named after a Wagner Opera character. Especially designed for those distinguished customers who like a classical style but doesn’t like all the set-up work, the Isolde actually continues with the high-quality character just like all other Opera Audio turntables. Notably, this classy turntable reminds us of some of the world’s most expensive turntables, including the Clearaudio's high-end Ovation turntable with chassis made of bulletproof-wood, the Kronos world’s first counter-rotating dual platter suspended turntable, the AMG V12 turntable which is a new chapter in the world of vinyl playback, and the Hartvig TT Signature turntable which represents pure Danish hand-craftsmanship, to name a few.
Consisting of a super accurate, highly-advanced DC motor, a point-to-point low noise bearing and a solid plinth, with an air ball damping system to make the reproduced sound full and more relaxing, this state-of-the-art turntable produced for the classy audio lovers boasts a matched carbon fiber T8 9” tone arm that has very simple set-up and adjustment features.
The user only needs to attach their own cartridge, set the recommended stylus weight and VTA and the turntable is ready to play.