German turntable manufacturer, Acoustic Signature, say that they have been achieving “significant technology breakthroughs” over the last 18 months which has led to them developing the all new 2020 NEO line.

Acoustic Signature’s NEO turntable series showcases their brand-new DTD bearing and AVC circuit.

Acoustic Signature’s flagship Invictus NEO turntable

DTD Bearing

The DTD bearing with diamond coated spindle merges ultra-precise dimensions and maximum durability which result in unmatched rigidity, accuracy and reliability as well as a far lower noise level.

Acoustic Signature TA9000 NEO tonearm

The AVC circuit fully automatically adjusts the tolerances of the motors to the lowest achievable level which results in a nearly vibration-free drive system. Both technologies are the foundation for Acoustic Signature’s new generation of turntables.

AcousticSignature Montana Neo turntable

2020 NEO

The 2020 NEO turntable line-up offers nine models starting from 3,600 EUR up to 155,000 EUR and six improved tonearms where the tonearm bearing material has been changed from brass to stainless steel, resulting in more rigidity and smoother moving. The NEO tonearm line-up starts from 1,300 EUR up to 24,000 EUR.

Acoustic Signature’s Maximus NEO turntable

Get all the latest Hifi News with Hifi Pig here!


 

Read More Posts Like This

  • As the demand for vinyl grows at an extraordinary pace, the VPI team continues to develop its turntables to produce, they say, “a revelatory level of audio reproduction”. After the success of their award-winning Prime, VPI has launched the new Prime Signature turntable. This new super table is the result of VPI’s thirty-five years of audio design know-how and has…

  • Rega say that the Planar 8 was inspired by their ‘ultimate’ turntable, the 'Naiad'.  Rega told us ‘We decided early on that instead of an evolution of the previous RP8, the new Planar 8 was to be developed and engineered to encapsulate the essence of 'Naiad' at an affordable price. Our aim was to deliver a level of performance far…

  • Goldnote Bellagio Turntable

    Goldnote is an Italian High-End audio manufacturer based in Florence, Italy. They have announced their latest turntable, the Bellagio Conquest and at €48 000 it’s set to turn a few heads. The Bellagio is a high mass (165Kilos) floorstanding turntable with a 270mm platter spindle and a fully adjustable high torque motor. The spindle is made from carbon steel whist…

You must be logged in to leave a reply.