Known for their expensive, and amazing audiophile equipment, McIntosh has a turntable (yes, a turntable that plays vinyl records) that promises to faithfully recreate the audio encoded on your precious albums.
The MT10’s belt driven motor is balanced to spin smoothly, and the arm and cartridge are matched to work together. Other improvements to minimize vibrations and make the whole enchilada operate smoothly include sapphire and ceramic bearings, a magnetic bearing that levitates the platter, and the platter itself is made from a special silicone acrylic material to a weight of twelve pounds and a thickness of two and one-half inches.
At almost $10k, you’ll need to go to a dealer to snag one of these, but if you’re into music, it is probably worth it.
(Please note prices are subject to change and the listed price is correct to the best of our knowledge at the time of posting)