NAD CELEBRATES 45 YEARS WITH A TURNTABLE
Celebrating 45 years in business is a significant achievement, and NAD Electronics don't appear to be slowing down anytime soon.
Debuting at Rocky Mountain Audio Fest in Denver, Colorado last week, NAD took the covers off its new C 558 Belt-Drive Turntable.
Designed for performance and budget-minded vinyl-lovers, the C 558 comes with an Ortofon OM10 phono cartridge pre-fitted.
Geoff Matthews, Managing Director at NAD's Australian distributor Convoy, told StereoNET:
We've seen renewed interest in the NAD brand in Australia recently. The C 558 is a full-featured, belt-driven turntable targeted for the record enthusiast who is looking for exceptional value.
We know that this NAD offer will appeal to many first-time turntable buyers that demand great quality at an affordable price.
The turntable features a belt drive with both 33.3 and 45 RPM speeds, uses a precision AC motor with an isolated AC power supply.
It also features a 10mm glass platter and felt pad, MDF plinth, rubber isolation feet, and comes supplied with a dust cover. The 9" tonearm also allows for adjustment of vertical tracking angle and azimuth while the phono leads are detachable.
Greg Stidsen, Director of Technology and Product Planning for NAD added:
NAD continues to be at the leading edge of the high-res digital revolution however we also recognize that there is an equally enthusiastic market for vinyl playback.
The NAD C 558 Turntable will be available in November. Local pricing hasn't been confirmed yet however it will sell in the US for $500.
See NAD Electronics at the International HiFi Show, Albert Park Melbourne from November 3rd-5th 2017.
For more information visit NAD Electronics.
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