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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

CHECK PRICE ON AMAZON 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…

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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 we like what we are seeing! Today we will present you 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 this price range. This turntable…

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Review

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