Palmer Audio 2.5 turntable & Audio Origami PU7 tonearm Review

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” Through the Palmer-Origami-Etna there was more midrange warmth than I’d become accustomed to, but that accentuation reproduced greater hall space, a larger stage, and more depth, though with perhaps a bit less air on top. Bennett’s voice was more fully fleshed out, which was mesmerizing, and the string tones of the Ralph Sharon Orchestra were rich, woody, and silky-smooth—but Candido’s congas lost a bit of pop, and the brass and percussion lost some bite.”

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon RecordMaster HiRes Turntable World Premiere Review!

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“A fully featured and, above all, easy to use analog-based recording system. One principle feature of all lower cost vinyl ‘ripping’ systems, often ignored, is that the better the quality of the original source the better the final ripped file. Hence, Pro-Ject was not only brave, but sensible in choosing the higher quality Debut as an analog source for this system. The company could have easily have defaulted to a cheap and cheerful system that would have worked fine, yet it would not have been able to properly handle the highest resolutions at 24-bit/192kHz or DSD. Pro-Ject should be applauded for their design choices! Yes, this package may be a slightly niche choice, but I welcome the very fact that this choice exists.”

Technics SL-1200GR turntable $1,699 Review

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“As I pointed out at the top of this review one of the surprise differences you’ll hear between a merely good turntable and a great one is the audibility of LP surface noise — clicks and pops — and right away you’ll note the SL-1200GR is remarkably quiet. The noises are still there, but they’ve receded into the background.”

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