Mark Levinson gets ready to release its first turntable

A new benchmark for the vinyl-obsessed.
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Mark Levinson 515

The world's most discerning and demanding ears should be quite familiar with Mark Levinson. Known for their ultra high-end amplifiers and audio products, the company is launching its first turntable this year, which also happens to be the company's 45th Anniversary. Built in collaboration with the turntable experts at VPI, the 515 features a vinyl-wrapped MDF and aluminum sandwich main chassis, a 20 lb aluminum platter, a 3D-printed tonearm with stainless steel counterweight, and will be available this summer with or without a phono cartridge. 

$10,000, marklevinson.com

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