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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 12, 2016 Published: Oct 11, 2016 11 comments
At RMAF 2016 in Denver, systems costing $499, $800 and $2500 were on display and available for listening.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 12, 2016 Published: Oct 11, 2016 2 comments
U.K. based Sugden Audio has been in business for almost fifty years. The company once had a strong American presence but for some reason that eventually faded. Tone Audio now imports to America Sudden's new PA-4 phono preamplifier.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 12, 2016 Published: Oct 11, 2016 8 comments
Mobile Fidelity introduced at RMAF 2016 its first "one step" record release: Santana's Abraxas.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 11, 2016 13 comments
This short video makes the point that reel-to-reel tape has finally become a viable playback format if you have the cash to play.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 11, 2016 Published: Oct 10, 2016 5 comments
AnalogPlanet has been covering Sweet Vinyl's development of its SugarCube SC-2 vinyl recording platform, an easy to use vinyl to high resolution digital recorder that, among other things, pulls album art off the internet and automatically separates album tracks.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 11, 2016 Published: Oct 10, 2016 0 comments
AnalogPlanet doesn't cover headphones. For the best coverage go to our "sister" publication Innerfidelity.
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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 11, 2016 Published: Oct 10, 2016 2 comments
Here's an all-analog record subscription series you might be interested in helping.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 10, 2016 2 comments
Sumiko could fill more than a few hotel rooms with all of the Pro-Ject turntables in the company's extensive line that it imports to America, but chose instead to pare it down to a smart few in its own room (other models where sprinkled throughout the show).

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 10, 2016 Published: Oct 09, 2016 0 comments
Watch and hear Zesto Audio's veteran designer George Counnas describe his new Andros Tessera phono preamplifier and then Band-Width Audio's young designer Matthew Beardsworth will do likewise for his new Cascode One. Both are vacuum tube-based products.

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Michael Fremer Posted: Oct 10, 2016 Published: Oct 09, 2016 0 comments
In this video you will see a new motor controller from Pear Audio (imported by Audio Skies) that's said to improve the performance of all of Pear Audio's hand-crafted Blue turntables. The $1995 controller also lets you switch speeds at the push of a button. Also, Swiss-made Thales introduces an upgrade to the TTT-2's drive system as well as a newly machined platter that makes easier, removing a record.

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