EAT’s entry-level B-Sharp package is hugely capable.
Pro-Ject forces a little of the 21st century into a turntable, with winning results.
A lack of dynamism gives it the air of a turntable that isn’t interested in music.
The Debut range has stood the test of time, and this deck demonstrates just why.
Roberts turns its attention from radios to a record player...
An upgraded version of the VPI Prime with a higher standard of performance...
Elipson increases its carbon footprint, but not the Omega’s standing...
Issues with the size of its spindle aside, this is a capable performer
A gloriously designed turntable, but it’s not quite a modern classic
Rega has produced a wonderfully refined, articulate and precise turntable