The Roksan Radius turntable line was launched in 1989, originally as a budget deck, but has developed over the years to become a more premium turntable.
This latest version uses a decoupled dual-layer perspex plinth in a newly designed "glass-effect" finish.
The shape of the plinth has remained the same since the original, with Roksan saying it’s now better able to control unwanted vibrations.
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Roksan says it has redesigned the decoupled motor in the Radius 7 from scratch, while also borrowing speed control technology from the company’s flagship £6,000+ Xerxes turntable.
The acrylic platter is the same as the one found on the Radius 5.2, which won a What Hi-Fi? Award back in 2010, while the Radius 7 comes with its own Nima tonearm.
The Nima uses a uni-pivot design and has the same internal wiring as the flagship Artemiz tonearm.
The Roksan Radius 7 will ship in the UK from March for £1900. Visitors to this weekend's Bristol Show will be able to have a listen in room 416.
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