LUXMAN LMC-5 MOVING COIL CARTRIDGE ANNOUNCED

Luxman of Japan has announced their new moving coil cartridge, the Luxman LMC-5, scheduled to be released at the end of April 2021.

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BRAUN WANDANLAGE 2021 100TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION BY VIRGIL ABLOH

Technology has made some major advancements since the iconic Braun wall unit, Wandanlage, began development in 1961. And now, 60 years later, Virgil Abloh has reimagined it in a one-off project for 2021.

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Vertere, the high-end British record player designer and manufacturer, has launched the Vertere Iso-Paw Isolation Footer designed and made to enhance the performance of the DG-1 record player and/or Phono-1 cartridge amplifier.

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Henley Audio has announced the immediate availability of the new Musical Fidelity M3x Vinyl phono stage for turntables with moving magnet (MM) and moving coil (MC) cartridge systems.

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Chris Feickert has been building his handmade Dr Feickert Analogue turntables in Germany for over twenty years.

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Since 2013, DS Audio has been pioneering the world’s only optical phono cartridges. Now, the company is releasing details of its technology so that others can join the optical audio market. More »

The new Tentogra WOWO turntable is the third model from this Polish brand.

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Soulines turntable model tt42 is the Serbian brand’s new flagship reference turntable.

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Last year, we brought you the news about British cable manufacturer, Wire On Wire’s new Vibe spacers for their ‘tuneable’ cables. Now they are applying the Vibe technology to tonearms.

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Serbian brand, Auris Audio, has tipped its toes into the world of vinyl with their first tonearm, the Auris Tangenta Hawk.

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The Portuguese manufacturers say that Shaknspin is “probably the first small, affordable, fully contained Wow&Flutter analyser for turntables”.

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There’s a meme, or rather a cartoon, that’s been doing the rounds recently that has two characters looking over a HiFi system with the caption “The two things that really drew me to vinyl were the expense and inconvenience.” If you spend any time on social media, and particularly audiophile groups then I’m sure you will have seen it. And so, if we take this cartoon to be anything like the truth of the matter, this begs the question “Why would anyone bother with such an outmoded and problematic format of music playback?” More »

Pangea Audio, a developer and manufacturer of audio accessories, has announced it will soon ship a new low profile Record Doctor Record Clamp for listeners who prefer to use a dust cover when listening to vinyl records.

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Axiss Europe, who distribute AirTight and Koetsu, has launched the new Mustang MM cartridge.

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Ortofon has announced a new flagship moving magnet cartridge, which also celebrates one of history’s greatest composers.

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It’s time for Hifi Pig’s Christmas gift guide 2020!

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A partnership between Handel & Hendrix in London, Bang & Olufsen, Lowther & LEAK recreates the exact listening experience Jimi Hendrix had at 23 Brook Street in Mayfair between 1968-1969.

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Henley Audio, unfortunately, have had to report that on a recent shipment into the UK, a quantity of ProJect Audio Systems turntables was stolen in a night-time breach of a shipping trailer.

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With the introduction of their now iconic Black Cube phono stage in 1995, German brand Lehmannaudio set a new standard for analogue systems.

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HARMAN’s Mark Levinson has introduced a new preamplifier and amplifier and showcased two recently launched source players in an expansion of the 5000 Series range.

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Bang & Olufsen has unveiled the rebirth of an icon with the launch of its Beogram 4000c Recreated Limited Edition. This turntable, originally introduced in the early 1970s, is the first product to be released in the company’s new Classics initiative: restoring and reimagining classic products to demonstrate the timelessness of Bang & Olufsen’s capabilities within sound, design, and craftsmanship and to uncover design principles that can extend the lifespan of future products.

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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.

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VPI’s new Prime 21 turntables build upon the Prime series to deliver improved performance and offer a simple set-up procedure.

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Linn has now announced an update for its Majik LP12: the entry-level variant of their turntable will shortly receive a new, higher performance tonearm.

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Gold Note, the High-End audio manufacturer founded in Firenze, Italy in 2012, has announced the appointment of Airt Audio Ltd as the new exclusive distributor for the UK & Ireland.

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