An all-in-one ‘music centre’ design situated on its own stand, it includes a turntable, an amplifier, speakers, Bluetooth and DAC
The LX Turntable actually uses a recognisable, audiophile turntable integrated within the structure. In this case, a turntable designed by Elipson (based on the Chroma) with a carbon fibre-coated arm and Ortofon OM10 cartridge plus, “An integrated anti-vibration board with tailor-made shock absorbers provides an optimal stability,” said the company.
Inputs include Aux, RCA, Bluetooth 4.2 Apt-X plus a Wolfson DAC chip powering an optical port.
Available in either oak or walnut (sourced from the Spanish and French Basque Country), the LX Turntable offers Class D power split over five channels meaning: 1 x 90 watts + 2 x 25 watts + 2 x 20W.
Speakers? You get a pair of front firing fiberglass mid-range units with aluminium cones, two upward-firing TWZ WS 3.0 tweeters and a downward-firing bass reflex woofer with long excursion cellulose pulp cone.
The product also utilises a patented technology called Wide Sound 3.0 which helps sound dispersion across the room.
Compatible with an induction charger, the unit also features a USB charging port.
Measuring 690 x 480 x 790mm, the LX Turntable weighs in at 30kg. Price is £3,420. You can buy it from the Conran shop in London: www.conranshop.co.uk
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