Fluance RT84 Turntable Review

February 20, 2019 § Leave a comment

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Rega Planar 8 Turntable Review

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GOLD NOTE PIANOSA TURNTABLE WITH B-5.1 TONEARM

February 9, 2019 § Leave a comment

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“I did find myself more drawn to the classical and jazz ends of my record collection and possibly slightly further from the selection of angular, spiky sounding music from the 1980s. I don’t play records by The Fall that often anymore, but I suddenly felt the need to play ‘Hip Priest’ from Hex Enduction Hour[Kamera] to get that full-on post-punk weirdness, and it showed what the Pianosa does well, and not so well. The random twists and turns of Mark E Smith’s drawl demand endless dynamic range (he often sounded like someone having a psychotic episode being thrown down a fire escape) and the Pianosa does surprisingly well in that respect, but it simply cannot paint the sheer bleakness required. Instead, the Pianosa finds the nice sounds and the happy place where possible, and with The Fall, there is no happy place.”

MTI100 Integrated Turntable $6,500

February 6, 2019 § Leave a comment

Power, volume and input selection can be controlled by either the included remote or via two knobs on the unit. An illuminated McIntosh logo is located in the top glass panel, while a classic McIntosh-styled die cast aluminum name badge adorns the front of the chassis.
Orders for the MTI100 can now be placed with Authorized McIntosh dealers with shipping expected to begin in January 2019. Suggested retail price (VAT, shipping and any customs duties related to current standards of individual countries are excluded): $6,500 USD.

Fluance RT84 turntable Review

February 5, 2019 § Leave a comment

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“The RT84 would be a fine choice for your first turntable, or a nice upgrade over your first budget or hand me down turntable from your parents or relatives. You’ll be sure to notice how much quieter and clear all of your LPs and singles sound. Better yet when your music isn’t competing with the sound of clicks, pops, and other noises it sounds better. The RT84 frees the music from the LPs grooves, so you hear deeper into your tunes.

If the Fluance RT84’s price puts it out of reach, no worries, their RT81 at $249 is still an outstanding ‘table, a great way to dip into the wonderful world of analog audio, try it, you’ll like it.”

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Yamaha MusicCast Vinyl 500 turntable review

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