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YOUR PRECIOUS VINYL NEEDS SOME NORWEGIAN WOOD

The HRDL Vinyl Table is a 'mid-century-modern' inspired record player cabinet made out of Valchromat and oak.

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REGA REDEFINES A CLASSIC LP SPINNER

In a move that would put a smile on the face of Michael J. Fox, Rega has gone back to the future by giving its classic Rega 3 turntable a whole new spin.

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TechDAS Air Force III Turntable Takes Flight

Air Force III is the newest member of the Air Force family of turntables from TechDAS, and is sure to be a hit with enthusiasts worldwide.

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Kronos Audio Introduces the SPARTA 0.5 Turntable

Canadian specialty audio manufacturer Kronos Audio will release their latest turntable, the SPARTA 0.5 to the world at the Munich High End Show May 14-17 2015.

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AVID HiFi Ingenium Turntable

Avid HiFi know a thing or two about turntables, and while we're in the midst of the 'vinyl revival', there are alternatives to the mainstay brands in the analog world. The Ingenium is one such offering.

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SME Launches New Model 15 Turntable

Arguably one of the world's best turntable manufacturers, SME have released the 'Model 15' turntable, described as the "ultimate in recovery vehicles".

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E.A.T. Turntables Now at Audio Active

Audio Active, Australian distributors of fine audio products have announced their distribution agreement with European Audio Team, or 'E.A.T.', a turntable manufacturer from the Czech Republic.

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Rega Excels With The RP10 Turntable

Rega's new RP10 represents one of the biggest steps forward in the evolution of Roy Gandy's turntable design philosophies.

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Rega’s 33 1/3 Revolution

Rega’s has so many tweaks, new models and innovations on the go it’s a moveable feast for music lovers.

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Nitty Gritty Cleans

In the Halcyon years of Hi-Fi we all had a Nitty Gritty or VPI record cleaning machines. But that was way back when a DAC was something fellas wore and headphones were used by henpecked wimps.

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