Posts Tagged: Linn LP12

Linn CD12

Built as a cost-no-object exercise in digital perfection, the £12,000 Sondek CD12 represented the cutting edge in precision digital engineering and Compact Disc replay performance at the turn of the new millennium. Every bit of the CD12 was original, including

Linn CD12

Built as a cost-no-object exercise in digital perfection, the £12,000 Sondek CD12 represented the cutting edge in precision digital engineering and Compact Disc replay performance at the turn of the new millennium. Every bit of the CD12 was original, including

Linn Axis

Billed as ‘Son of Sondek’, as Linn’s second-ever turntable design always had much to live up to. Launched in 1987 when Compact Disc was finally taking hold, it was Linn’s attempt to lure silver disc purchasers back to vinyl. This

Linn Axis

Billed as ‘Son of Sondek’, as Linn’s second-ever turntable design always had much to live up to. Launched in 1987 when Compact Disc was finally taking hold, it was Linn’s attempt to lure silver disc purchasers back to vinyl. This

Linn Sondek LP12

The story of this legendary record player starts with it emerging from the Castlemilk factory, blinking into the Glasgow sunlight, way back in 1972. That’s a long time gone, and indeed in more recent years the Sondek has been lambasted

Linn Sondek LP12

The story of this legendary record player starts with it emerging from the Castlemilk factory, blinking into the Glasgow sunlight, way back in 1972. That’s a long time gone, and indeed in more recent years the Sondek has been lambasted