ANALOG COMPONENTS2024-02-23T11:06:58-08:00

ANALOG COMPONENTS

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Since 1982, Döhmann Audio has committed itself to unlocking the full potential of musical information embedded in the grooves of a vinyl record. With a design team and factory based in Melbourne, Australia, the company offers world-recognized turntables that mitigate vibrational influence that ultimately reaches into the tonearm and cartridge affecting performance.

TURNTABLES

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Since 1982, Döhmann Audio has committed itself to unlocking the full potential of musical information embedded in the grooves of a vinyl record. With a design team and factory based in Melbourne, Australia, the company offers world-recognized turntables that mitigate vibrational influence that ultimately reaches into the tonearm and cartridge affecting performance.

Kuzma Stabi R with Kuzma Ebony Clamp
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World-regarded and award-winning Kuzma Turntables, Tonearms and Cartridges have been designed and engineered by Slovenia-based Franc Kuzma since 1982.

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Kuzma Stabi R with Kuzma Ebony Clamp

World-regarded and award-winning Kuzma Turntables, Tonearms and Cartridges have been designed and engineered by Slovenia-based Franc Kuzma since 1982.

Ortofon phono needle head
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For over 100 years, Denmark’s Ortofon has focused on quality sound. After pioneering the now ubiquitous use of moving coil technology in phono cartridges in 1948, Ortofon secured its reputation as the manufacturer of some of the most reliable and musical phono cartridges available.

The MC Cadenza Black, the virtuosic peak of the company’s moving coil Cadenza line, uses a Nude Shibata stylus with an extremely stiff and lightweight boron cantilever. The cartridge is optimized for maximum tonal neutrality, dynamics and purity of sound. We also carry the high-performance moving coil Windfeld Ti, whose “relatively sweet, lush midrange” and “harmonically generous” presentation garnered praise from Analog Planet’s Michael Fremer.

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Ortofon phono needle head

For over 100 years, Denmark’s Ortofon has focused on quality sound. After pioneering the now ubiquitous use of moving coil technology in phono cartridges in 1948, Ortofon secured its reputation as the manufacturer of some of the most reliable and musical phono cartridges available.

The MC Cadenza Black, the virtuosic peak of the company’s moving coil Cadenza line, uses a Nude Shibata stylus with an extremely stiff and lightweight boron cantilever. The cartridge is optimized for maximum tonal neutrality, dynamics and purity of sound. We also carry the high-performance moving coil Windfeld Ti, whose “relatively sweet, lush midrange” and “harmonically generous” presentation garnered praise from Analog Planet’s Michael Fremer.

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