Fluance is taking a little break from the digital audio world to focus its efforts on what's probably the most beloved music format of all time: vinyl. Their RT80 and RT81 turntables feature Audio-Technica needles with balanced aluminum S-Type tonearms for perfect vinyl playback. They've also been equipped with MDF wood cabinets with isolation feet and a die-cast aluminum platter that greatly decreases reverb. The turntables are available today on Kickstarter for a pre-order price $150-$200, after that the turntables will go for a retail price of $199-$249.
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