AURORA MK4 TURNTABLE
"A stellar performer with wonderfully realistic presentation… Enticing looks and celestial sounds… Superb attack, rigid bass, excellent dynamics, all of which means continually engrossing performances and edge-of-the-seat listening! …It looks like a star and sounds like heaven – a class leader in every respect…” What Hi-Fi read more
"The good news is the Aurora does not require a $3,000 cartridge to sound great. Coupled with the OL Silver MK IIIA tonearm and a budget cartridge I could be happy to live with it long term. It offers true high end sound at a reasonable price and has the ability to transport the recorded performance into your listening. I cannot part with it, so I purchased the review sample." TNT Audio read more
"Surely the best £750 black disc spinner in outright sonic terms…” Hi-Fi World
"It's very hard to think what else you could ask of this… Its build is excellent at the price, its sonic performance is simply superb, and there's certainly nothing wrong its looks either" Hi-Fi Choice read more
“We had the Aurora playing over the weekend in store and everyone was extremely impressed with the sound it was producing for the cost – I have to say it is amazing value and puts certain other brands to shame at twice the cost.” Andy, Rayleigh Hi-Fi
The Aurora MK4 turntable follows in the steps of its award-winning predecessors, but with improved looks and significantly increased performance. Remarkably, it offers true high end performance at an affordable price point, comfortably outperforming many more expensive decks – even when fitted with inexpensive tonearms and cartridges.
Performance hallmarks are superb transparency, coherent timing, tangible soundstaging and accurate imaging. The Aurora's inherent musicality and smooth tonal balance guarantee many years of listening pleasure.
Options include a 12 inch arm mount, or dual armboard which can be ordered using the option button below.
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