Audiophiles usually hate to see a record player with integrated loudspeakers. The loudspeaker sound and the cabinet vibrations are directly applied to the pickup – with devastating consequences for bass reproduction. Audio Plus has now compensated the feedback of the "+Record Player" electronically. This is achieved with a digital signal processor (DSP), which also serves as a crossover for the two-way loudspeaker system. It is equipped with two 9 cm low-midrange drivers and two dome tweeters, which are fired by separate Class D amplifiers with 2x35 and 2x15 watts. The turntable comes from Pro-Ject, and its carbon fibre tonearm is fitted with an Ortofon 2M Red MM cartridge. For external devices, an analog and a digital-optical input, a line out and USB ports are available. The all-in-one unit is now completed with a rack made of stainless steel tubes and wooden shelves, available in walnut or maple – matching the turntable case. The shelf offers space for 200 LPs and at the same time ensures the optimum acoustic environment for the turntable. You can order the "+Record Player" for 1200 Euro and the "Stand" for 390 Euro at www.plusaudio.com.