VPI Titan
VPI Titan

With Friction Drive

VPI: New Super-Turntable "Titan"

Titan is the name of the new turntable from the US phono specialist VPI, which is made up of two decoupled layers.

The record player, equipped with a flywheel and powered by a friction drive, comes with the 3D Reference tonearm on request, whose conically shaped tube – said to aid against resonances – actually comes from a 3D printer. The internal wiring comes from Nordost. An outer ring, which holds the record firmly in place on the heavy platter while pushing away any warping, is included.

The price of the titanic turntable is said to be 59,900 euros in Germany, including the arm but without a pickup.

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