VPI’s excellent Prime turntable gets a few sensible refinements to make it an even better proposition.
On its Facebook group, the family-run firm told customers "your money for hand sanitiser is no good here".
You can donate anything from $1 to $100,000 to help VPI's cause, but the high-end turntable brand assures fans "it is not necessary".
To help mark the company's 40th birthday, VPI has launched a new £15k turntable, complete with retro design.
Temptation Award 2015. Even given its price, this superb turntable is something of a bargain for a high-end deck
The Prime Signature turntable is claimed to have better resonance damping, and double the housing weight compared with the original Prime.
A round-up of the week's highlights, including a possible 88in OLED from LG and a review of a VPI turntable.
The Nomad is designed to be a simple, plug ’n’ play turntable. It features a built-in headphone amplifier and is supplied with everything you need to start playing vinyl.
Looking for a high-end turntable but don't want to break the bank? The more affordable VPI Avenger Plus could well be for you.
This is the first year we’ve given an Award to a high-end product featured in the Temptations pages of the magazine – the section that celebrates the more expensive, most aspirational kit that passes through our test rooms.
The new VPI turntable promises to be "the start of a new evolution of turntables" for the US company and is on sale now in the UK for £3750.