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Vertere Record Players

Posted by December 30th, 2021

Cymbiosis is delighted to announce that we are now stockists of Vertere Record Players with the MG-1 and DG-1 on permanent demonstration.

Vertere Record PlayerA Vertere Record Player is uniquely designed and engineered to the highest standards, enabling you to enjoy the best possible musical experience.

At Vertere, the foundation for their Record Player designs is a full understanding of the recording, cutting and vinyl pressing process.

A Radikal Upgrade from Linn Products

Posted by November 29th, 2021

I thought it was about time to share some details and initial impressions about the new Radikal/2 upgrade which was launched by Linn Products Ltd at the end of October. All Radikals can be updated with this kit through a Linn retailer such as ourselves and we here at Cymbiosis have both versions set up on two otherwise identical LP 12s for clients to compare for themselves!

New Klimax LP12: the original and best…er

Posted by October 30th, 2021

Linn’s latest iteration of their reference turntable, Klimax LP12, produces an even more musical, pitch-perfect performance. With it, you’ll experience your favourite albums – both cherished classics and those freshly unwrapped – as if it were for the first time.

Linn Klimax LP12 TurntableKlimax LP12 now features new Radikal, comprising hyper-accurate speed management technology, a whisper-quiet power supply, and state-of-the-art motor design.

Solstice – A New Dawn For Music

Posted by October 15th, 2021

Naim Audio Solstice SE TurntableNaim Audio has proudly designed and handcrafted music systems in the historic English city of Salisbury for almost 50 years. Just outside the city lies the World Heritage site of Stonehenge, it’s Neolithic standing stones perfectly framing the movements of the sun.

For thousands of years, countless generations have gathered at this iconic monument to mark midwinter and midsummer, when the rising rays of the solstice sun shine into the heart of the stone circle.