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Technics SL-1200G Turntable Review

The world's most iconic turntable has been reimagined. It's the same but even better, says David Price…

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Rega Planar 10 Turntable Review

One decade on from Rega’s return to records, the Planar 10 is the company’s brilliant new vinyl flagship – says David Price…

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Elac Miracord 90 Anniversary Turntable Review

ELAC's Miracord 90 Anniversary is the current top of the line turntable in its line-up and is something rather special to look upon. We put it through its paces to see if it performs as good as it looks.

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Yamaha MusicCast Vinyl 500 Turntable Review

When is a turntable more than just a turntable? When it’s a streamer. Huh? Yamaha's MusicCast VINYL 500 Turntable also doubles as a full-featured MusicCast streamer. We take a closer look at what it is and what it does.

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ELAC Miracord 70 Turntable Review

The more affordable little brother to Elac's Miracord 70, it reflects important milestone's for Elac's rich heritage. So how does this sub-$2000 turntable perform? Read on.

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Soulines Kubrick DCX Turntable Review

The Kubrick DCX draws upon the design of the Hermes DCX, with an inverted main bearing machined from solid brass and stainless steel, a 40mm thick laminated acrylic platter, together with a very rigid, anodised aluminium plinth and sub-plinth.

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TechDAS Air Force II Turntable Review

TechDAS is the in-house brand of Stella Inc, a Japanese distributor of some seriously good hifi gear. While the TechDAS Air Force turntables are relatively young, they are steeped in the most revered history of Japanese turntable manufacture.

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Once Analog Record Player Mk II Review

The Once Analog Record Player Mk.II does everything right. It’s neutral, tonally balanced and aesthetically pleasing. It is certainly a cut above the entry level crowd, but is it ready to play with the big boys?

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