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Pro Ject RPM 1 Carbon Review

Pro Ject RPM 1 Test – Stable RPMs The base model in the top category of Pro-Ject’s turntable is far more than the basic class – it is a perfect reproduction of vinyl. In the rich turntables selection of well-known Austrian manufacturer, which even makes up to nine lines of the product(except for attractive vertical…

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Pro Ject RPM 1.3 Genie – Review, Test & Conclusion

It is hard to imagine in the present time that some company produces over 20 models of turntables. And in the Austrian-Czech company Pro-Ject’s catalog we counted them straight 24. The model that we have tested is not included into catalog, but complete review, test and conclusion of Pro Ject RPM 1.3 Genie follows. Namely,…

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Rega RP1 – Review, Test and Final Verdict

The turntable in initial class can sound soft and seductive on the first impression, but over time, that impression can turn into a feeling that we have a deal with a subtle, “lazy” device. Rega RP1 does not really belong to that line of “budget” turntable classes. We can say it is a turntable under…

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Audio Technica AT-LP5 Review

I have to admit that I’m constantly surprised by the rate of return of the vinyl to the audio scene. At a time when every free moment of your time is valuable and there is a huge offer of simple music players, a turntable that requires time, attention and certainly not the most practical sound…

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Audio Technica AT-LP1240 USB Review

There is a company making new waves in the vinyl turntable market, that is Audio-Technica, and for one we like what we are seeing! We present you with the Audio-Technica AT-LP1240 USB – a nice rendition compared to the all-time classic Technics 1200. It has a good look and performs well for the price range…

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Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Review

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Turntable Review: Get The Most From Your Music Finding high-quality record players that plumb each groove on vinyl for the deepest, fullest sound possible for record player under 500$ was one unheard of. That is until one lets their favorite take a spin on the Pro-Ject Debut Carbon turntable. This turntable has…