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This new turntable will set you back $30,000

The SG1.2 comes eight years after the first SG1 from Spiral Groove

  • Mixmag staff
  • 23 September 2015

They say money can't buy happiness, but the purchase of this new Spiral Groove turntable might prove that theory wrong for audio lovers.

Costing a ridiculous $30,000, the SG1.2 arrives eight years after the original and comes armed with much better sound quality (notably music played at high volumes), while being less prone to those irritating vibrations vinyl users know all about.

It's a little heavier than the SG1.1 (20 pounds more to be exact), obviously helping out in terms of the aforementioned vibration reduction, and allows you to change the bayonet-mounted tone arm (of which you get a few with a "unique stylus") with extra ease.

And for those who already own the first turntable in the series, you can be upgraded to the SG1.2 for $6,000. Those who haven't, well, you best get saving.

[ Via: Wired and The Vinyl Factory]