For the first time since the company’s founding back in 1969, Naim has now added a turntable to its roster of premium devices for audiophiles.
Created in collaboration with Clearaudio, the new limited-edition Solstice turntable is a blend of premium audio with exceptionally sleek design aesthetics. The player itself features the brand’s iconic Aro tonearm from originally designed in 1989, paired with its Equinox cartridge carrying a Moving Coil inner assembly sitting comfortably within a solid aluminum housing that’s been machined from a single billet.
The turntable is then accompanied by the Soltice Series Phono Stage and Power Supply units to provide accurate sound and amplification, ensuring the high level of audio experience enthusiasts have come to expect from Naim.
Limited to just 500 units made, those interested in Naim’s Solstice turntable can learn more over on the audio company’s website.
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