Swedish Analog Technologies, or SAT as they are known, will be presenting the result of a 10-year development project at The High End Show.

The SAT XD1 Record Player System represents the concept of the turntable Marc Gomez always wanted to have as the best platform for his well known arms, condensing the design into its essentials. Gomez says the XD1 is “the purest form of the ultra-high performance record player”.

It will be displayed and be playing at the upcoming Munich High End show, at the F214 room in Atrium 4.

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