Still buying vinyl? If you are, it’s likely you’ve got a decent turntable to play them on. Something like the Roksan Radius 5 turntable.
It’s an audiophile’s dream. Features include a drive mechanism with a custom-made motor and precision-machined solid aluminium alloy pulley, along with a build of solid brass and stainless steel alloy for long life. A new upgrade has improved the power supply for less noise and improved matching of the torque
levels to the single piece solid acrylic platter mean better sound reproduction.
The price is the same, but that’s still not leaving you much change from £1,000.
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