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ClearAudio Master Reference Turntable

ClearAudio Master Reference Turntable

They don't get any more high-end than this folks. If you're serious about your records (and happen to own a large corporation), you might consider using that black Amex to pick up one of the ClearAudio Master Reference Turntables ($19,000). Hand-made in Germany, this turntable sets the standard for all others. It has a ton of exotic features like the APG system for even platter speed and synchronizing of the 3 separate motors, a six-pointed chassis that creates a perfect soundstage, a "Side-Force-Free" belt drive arrangement, and a Master TQ-I Tonearm.

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