ANDREW BAKER spends quality time with a New Zealand-made turntable that’s both a work of art and an exceptional piece of engineering.
It’s rare to come across a product that’s practically flawless, but GARY STEEL is so taken with Technics’ entry-level turntable that he gave it Witchdoctor’s coveted award.
Pro-Ject’s newly-named Debut Carbon Evo turntable will turn up in NZ this October with a major makeover. Pro-Ject’s Australasian distributor, Interdyn, has announced the release of the Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Evo – the refinement of the most popular Pro-Ject turntable design, the Debut Carbon. Featuring an internally TPE-dampened metal platter (with […]
The enduring Linn Sondek LP12 turntable just got even better with the smoother rotation of its new retro-fitted Karousel single-point bearing.
A turntable for less than $400? It’s going to be shit, ain’t it? Well no, actually, writes GARY STEEL, who is still picking his jaw up from the floor.
RICHARD VAREY gets his records spick and span with two new cleaning options.
RICHARD VAREY gives his first impressions of Simon Brown’s first turntable, The Wand 14-4.
Soundgroup has announced that it is to distribute Sumiko cartridges in New Zealand.