Pro-Ject Audio Systems, manufacturers hifi turntables and electronics, have announced a new Artist Series special edition turntable collaboration with one of the world’s longest-running bands.

After successful collaborations with The Beatles, George Harrison and Parov Stelar, amongst others, the Austrian company have announced a new turntable in partnership with The Rolling Stones.

The Rolling Stones Record Player is a collaboration between one of the world’s most iconic bands and a leading audiophile manufacturer. Adorned with the instantly recognisable “lips” logo, first commissioned by lead singer Mick Jagger in 1970, for just the cosmetic appeal alone the turntable is a real collector’s item. But underneath the stunning shell, there’s still a high-quality turntable suited even to more expensive audio systems.

Based on the design of Pro-Ject’s own icon, the Rolling Stones Record Player has the same technical layout as the award-winning Debut III turntable. The thick, non-resonant MDF plinth, decoupling feet, synchronous motor and belt-drive system combine to make a stable platform for your vinyl, finished with a metal platter and an 8.6” aluminium tonearm with Ortofon OM 10 cartridge.

The Rolling Stones Record Player is a wonderful piece of memorabilia, successfully combining great looks, superior sound and support for one of the world’s most important rock ‘n’ roll bands.

SRP £329.00

The Pro-Ject Rolling Stones Record Player is available across the UK now in high-gloss Black or White finish.

 

 

 

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