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1/9/2022 Update
Ref: HiFi Choice Jan 2022
Highly Recommended 1 AVID Volvere SP Review – Mas-sive attack
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AVID Volvere SP Review – Mas-sive attack

With its dynamic, detailed and confident presentation, the Volvere SP delivers all of the thrills hidden in your vinyl’s grooves and adds a few more just for good measure. Rock solid, unerringly precise and gloriously natural, it’s a triumph that combines the joys of a belt drive with the accuracy of a direct drive.
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Recommended 2 Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO Review – Carbon dating
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Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO Review – Carbon dating

Easy to setup and unfussy in use, the Debut Carbon EVO’s extremely well-balanced sonic performance is comfortably the equal of any price rival, while the spaciousness of its soundstage and the unblemished nature of its performance make this one of the best sub-£ turntable offerings period
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Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO Review
Outstanding addition to the sub- £ turntable market and arguably the new class of the field
PROS:
  • Extremely well balanced sonic performance
  • spec
CONS:
  • Fractional lack of rhythmic engagement
Highly Recommended 3 Rega Planar 10 Review: Perfect 10
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Rega Planar 10 Review: Perfect 10

A masterpiece that is without doubt one of Rega’s finest achievements, the Planar 10 manages to deliver a performance that is outstanding even at this lofty price point. Utterly unflappable, it offers incredible detail retrieval combined with a naturally low noise floor to dish up captivating vinyl execution.
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Rega Planar 10 Review
It’s price may be high, but performance sets a new standard that rivals even more expensive designs
PROS:
  • Outstanding sound quality
  • well made and easy to use
CONS:
  • Lacks a truly protective cover
Recommended 4 Technics SL-1500C Review – The Return of Technics Turntables
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Technics SL-1500C Review – The Return of Technics Turntables

The built-in phono stage is terrific, while the take-no-prisoners sonic personality sounds joyously lively, enthusiastic and ‘on it’. Thanks to its legendary torque and stability, it locks down timing and rhythm with start-stop precision and its firm, deep and expressive bass adds unrivalled impetus and authority.
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Technics SL-1500C Review
A whole lotta Technics direct-drive goodness for a very reasonable price
PROS:
  • Clear, powerful, engaging sound quality; design and ease of use
CONS:
  • Can sometimes forget to take its foot off the gas
Recommended 5 AnalogueWorks TT Zero Review
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AnalogueWorks TT Zero Review

Pristine without being bright, the TT Zero has fine tonal discrimination and starts and stops precisely where it should. It is able to unpick all the audio strands with ease, sounding, open and airy with plenty of sparkle and bite, a low noise floor, lucid rhythmic gait and impressively clean, controlled and tuneful bass.
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AnalogueWorks TT Zero Review
A very serious turntable at an entirely reasonable price
PROS:
  • Captivating sound quality;
  • birch ply plinth;
  • build
CONS:
  • Manual platter spin-up
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