A Vertere Record Player is uniquely designed and engineered to the highest standards, enabling you to enjoy the best possible musical experience.
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At Vertere, the foundation for their Record Player designs is a full understanding of the recording, cutting and vinyl pressing process. This, plus the advantage of having created the Reference Tonearm, placed them in a unique position to develop their high-end record players.
Vertere look at it this way: the best audio equipment shouldn’t add anything to the original recording. Rather it should affect it as little as possible; bringing the listener ever closer to what the artist, producer and mastering engineer wanted you to hear.
Vertere’s Record Player MG-1 Magic Groove has many critical aspects of its design based on the Vertere SG-1 high performance record player. This has enabled the MG-1 to provide vinyl replay beyond what is possible from its class. Record Player MG-1 will realise the potential of any high quality audio system.
The MG-1 precision main bearing and platter assembly, belt-driven by the SG-1 motor system, ensures smoothest running and provides a stable platform for the tonearm and cartridge. This combination provides an exceptionally wide dynamic range with ‘dark’ background that is only bettered by RG-1 or SG-1 record players.
With its plinth structure and isolation system based on the SG-1, Record Player MG-1 is designed to be maintenance and setup-free.
Stylish and beautifully crafted with attention to the finest details, this record player is a must-have, and one that lovers of music on vinyl will cherish.
For those daunted by the idea of setting up a record player, many of which seem to arrive in kit form, the DG-1 is as close as you’re going to get to ‘plug and play’ in a high-end, high-performance record player, and yet packed with innovations. The DG-1 is their simplest record player, yet also their most highly-developed. Here’s why… When it came to building a new, easy-to-use, entry-level model for their record player range, they could have taken the easy route of simply replicating much of what they’d already done in their flagship models, just using less expensive materials and components. But that would have been too easy and rather unsatisfactory – after all, they’re all about designing to a level of performance, not a price. So a complete re-imagining was the only approach to take.
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