Pro-Ject RPM 10 Carbon Turntable with 10cc Evolution Tonearm $4000 Review

January 18, 2018 § Leave a comment

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“Many years ago, when I was about 14, my father took me to see Count Basie and His Orchestra in concert. To this day, I remember the physical presence of the sound of the horn section, the way it pressed on my chest with a sense of gravity. Recorded music can’t come close to replicating that much air moving in concert, of course, but with the RPM 10 Carbon in my system, it came closer than I’d ever heard it. The trombones had that power-in-silence thing I mentioned just now, but they also had a weight and density that all by themselves made the case for the RPM 10 Carbon.”

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