MIN­I­MAL­IST TURNTA­BLES

SPIN THAT VINYL BUT KEEP YOUR HI-FI LINES CLEAN

Australian T3 - - ELITE -

Pro-Ject Es­sen­tial 2

Matte black and in­nom­i­nate, on­look­ers wouldn’t guess that this disc-spin­ner cost so lit­tle, par­tic­u­larly once they hear the warm sound com­ing from its one-piece alu­minium ton­earm and Orto­fon OM5e car­tridge. There’s a low-vi­bra­tion brush­less mo­tor, too. $399,pro­jec­tau­dio.com.au Rega RP6

Avail­able in a range of bold, knock­out colours, which is enough to make you ad­mire the hard­ware here. Thanks­fully there’s qual­ity sound on of­fer too. There’s zero vi­bra­tion to dis­tract from the sound of your vinyl, and the re­designed ton­earm is slick. $1,999,syn­er­gyau­dio.com Min­iot Wheel

No tone arm. No vis­i­ble con­trols. Just a wheel that plays records ei­ther hor­i­zon­tally or ver­ti­cally. With a hid­den sty­lus con­nected to an Au­dioTech­nica AT95E car­tridge, a sim­i­larly clan­des­tine ton­earm, and wire­less au­dio com­pat­i­bil­ity, this is next-level stuff. $969(pre-or­der),min­iot.com

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