Linn LP12 upgrade priorities

We’ve had a steady flow of Linn LP12 turntables in for servicing and upgrades this year. One of the most frequent questions is “What upgrade will give me the most benefit?”. This is a tricky question to answer, as it depends on the age and state of the turntable in question. If there is an […]

Featured product of the week: Technics SL-1000R reference turntable

Technics SL1000R

If you are looking for the best in vinyl replay, then one of the contenders to consider is the Technics SL-1000R.  Technics have revitalised their activities in the audiophile space, and the crowning glory is their direct drive turntable. When we first heard this, it didn’t take us long to invest in one for the […]

Unboxing the Technics SL-1000R

Technics SL1000R

Some months ago we got to play with the Technics SL-1000R direct drive turntable. This phenominal piece of engineering arrived in a monumental wheeled box, boding well for the attention to detail that the people at Technics had applied. We were not dissappointed in the performance of the turntable itself, and were impressed enough to […]

Technics demonstration evening

Technics Evening

Come and Join us to celebrate Technics’ relaunch in the UK with the latest incarnation of their popular SL-1200 direct drive turntable. We will be playing a variety of music from Vinyl and digital sources and using 3 new components from Technics: SL-1200G direct drive Turntable S-G30 Network Amplifier SU-G700 Stereo Integrated Amplifier We’ve also […]

More in the theme of alternative turntables: Love Turntable

Love Turntable1

Back in October, we found the Magnetic Levitation Turntable (MagLev), now we’ve found another revolutionary (sic) turntable – Love Turntable. In this case rather than rotating the record, the Love Turntable rotates itself around the record, using Bluetooth and/or WiFi to connect to your audio device – it even includes a Bluetooth receiver, if your […]

Magnetic levitation turntable

mag_lev-audio turntable

Every now and then something comes along that catches the eye, and piques interest. In this case it’s a new startup developing a turntable using magnetic levitation as the main platter suport and bearing. Clearly this would dramatically improve the noise generated by the bearing, however with engineering brain in gear, I imagine it creates […]