Pro-Ject Xten­sion 10

SoundMag - - Review / Turntables -


Pro-Ject is onto some­thing won­der­ful here: A turntable that hits all the right sonic notes, while pro­vid­ing a rare com­bi­na­tion of in­tel­lec­tual and emo­tional con­nec­tion to the mu­sic. A slightly scaled-down edi­tion of the Xten­sion 12, the 10 of­fers a smaller foot­print but sim­i­lar weight. The de­sign fea­tures a mass-loaded, mag­net­i­cally floated sub-chas­sis, a 3”-tall, 12.6-pound vinyl/ al­loy plat­ter, a pre­ci­sion ce­ramic bear­ing, and a three-speed AC mo­tor. The Xten­sion 10 can be pur­chased with a Su­perPack op­tion that in­cludes a Su­miko Black­bird car­tridge and an up­graded ’arm ca­ble. Re­gard­less of car­tridge, the Xten­sion 10 pro­vides not only a high level of mu­si­cal sat­is­fac­tion but does so in a way that de­liv­ers a pow­er­ful emo­tional wal­lop.

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