The Reference II is an extreme music enthusiast's dream come true. This is quite possibly the most expensive turntable in the world, with a hefty price tag of $300,000, there are only 25 of these available.
The turntable features a number of one-of-a-kind features that have never been seen before. This is not only the most expensive turntable, but also the highest quality in terms of sound, materials, technology and of course its exclusiveness.
This remarkable turntable features a 20kg platter that has been designed and machined within a hundredth of a millimeter, a motor vibration-shielded by 15 kg of brass and teflon-insulated signal-carring electronics. Some of the other unique features include a cog-free motor that results in extremely low electrical and mechanical noise, a liquid-nitrogen-rectified belt and finally touch controls integrated in the tabletop that have been specially designed.
Although this may seem extremely complicated, it will most definitely deliver the highest quality sound from vinyl.
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