Especially if it comes down on price. Where is the downside? Vinyl analog sound with no further wear and tear on the LP. No cartridges to replace. No cartridge/vinyl interface at all! I'm only curious about its stability. I think it's a great idea!
A few years ago, someone wrote a letter to Stereophile stating that if analog was so wonderful but LP's so noisy, he would like it if a new analog medium could be introduced taking the best of analog and dispensing with the worst. The Laser Turntable appears to be a strong step in that direction. If I could afford one and I felt comfortable with its longevity, I'd be all over it!
Dmk (Threads | Answers | This Thread)
There was a laser LP player about 20 years ago. It was over $10,000 (in that periods $$$$).
Sugarbrie (System | Reviews | Threads | Answers | This Thread)
...heh sometimes some pearls like that surfing through electronic audiomarkets and most of us can only take a look at that if there is a picture present. This turntable would cost used as my whole system new $$$$$$$$.
Marakanetz (System | Reviews | Threads | Answers | This Thread)
Let's see one of these up for auction with a $1.00 open and no reserve. Would that not be an interesting auction (to say the least) or what?
W Enterprises Northwest (Threads | Answers | This Thread)