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Room placement is critical to all audio systems and significant differences are audible when your system is placed in the "sweet" spot within the listening room.
THE+RECORD PLAYER SPECIAL EDITION, as all sophisticated audio components, will perform at it's best if positioned away from room corners and at the right height. Unfortunately this is not always possible when it stands on one of your home furniture
THE+RP SYSTEM SPECIAL EDITION is the solution: it allows you to have the best setup for the record player. The stand places the player at the right height to enhance sonic performance with better bass and highly improved soundstage. In addition to improve the sound quality, it will efficiently store a significant number of LPs ( up to 200 ) .
THE STAND is made of high quality MDF and aluminium column. Its minimalist look will fit in most decors without being much intrusive. Available in Walnut or Maple to match the player colour.
It sounds fantastic and I found myself more excited by it than anything I've had delivered here to Technopolis Towers in months. Once you start playing your old LPs on it, you can's stop.
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- Jonathan Margolis
The problem with record players is that they mostly sound awful. The Plus is different. It’s beautifully designed and built. It’s a serious device that’s easy as pie and sounds terrific
— Rod Easdown
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+AUDIO has produced the first all-in-one unit I can recall in a half-century that employs all the ingredients of a portable record player but
executed with high-end audio sound quality and virtues.
On top of +AUDIO’s The+Record Player is a turntable from the estimable firm Pro-Ject that you can trust to play your precious LPs. But this isn’t stuck in the past: this stylish unit, also accepts digital sources via an optical input, USB and Bluetooth. And it looks so hip that it could cause riots in Shoreditch.
- Ken Kessler