Logigram is a completely manual turntable, which the makers, DEFOSS, say is characterised by the particular shape of the plinth, which incorporates a reinforcing layer of composite material. This allowed them to create an anti-resonant barrier between the tonearm/cartridge axis and the motor.

Logigram works as a plug-and-play turntable, with a 33/3 and 45 rpm synchronous motor and belt drive.

The turntable is available in 3 different models. Logigram One Black/White, features a 30mm MDF anti-resonant plinth, and an Audio-Technica AT95E MM cartridge. Logigram One Premium, features a 30mm plywood anti-resonant plinth, and an Ortofon 2M RED MM cartridge with elliptical stylus. Logigram One Ultimate, (pictured) the flagship model, features a double composite plinth (plywood + MDF) and an Ortofon 2M BLUE cartridge with nude elliptical stylus.All models come with a 3D printed tonearm that features VTA regulation and anti-skating. Dust cover is included. Logigram can be purchased through Indiegogo at a special early bird price limited to only 110 units. The campaign will be launched on Tuesday, June 26, 2018 at 12:00 UTC.  Pricing starts at $475 USD plus delivery. Deliveries are scheduled for the beginning of 2019.

The DEFOSS team was founded by Luca Chieregato (30), Italian architect and designer, and Josefina Troncoso (26) an industrial designer from Chile.


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