Sure to set audiophiles salivating with desire is Denon’s DP-A100 direct drive turntable, released as part of the company’s 100th anniversary celebrations.
The beefy, high-end turntable combines modern styling with an old-school retro look, and forms part of a range of products being released to celebrate the company’s centenary.
Denon’s chunky, black, super-shiny deck is powered by a quartz lock servo control direct drive system, with the aluminium diecast platter treated with silicon rubber to absorb vibrations.
Whizzing up to speed in 0.3 secs with wow and flutter kept to a mere 0.1% wrms, the DP-A100 promises a sonic performance to match its upmarket looks, with the DP-A100’s tone arm mounted on a large aluminium diecast base to keep unwanted wobbles at bay.
We expect the price tag to be truly stratosphere for all the products in their anniversary range, but those with deep pockets and a penchant for joining in with the birthday party, you can register their interest here.