Since the first version release twenty years ago, Walker Audio’s Proscenium turntables have racked up awards in practically every category, gaining cult status amongst audio journalists and industry experts. With a cool price tag of $110,000, it’s no surprise that the premium audio manufacturer has continually been prompted to produce a cheaper turntable and at last, this week, Walker Audio have introduced a new entry-level device.
The new model Procession is by no means budget but at $45,000, it’s almost a third of the price of its predecessor. Unlike the Proscenium, the Procession is a non-airbearing player which will please many audiophiles. What’s more, the new player makes the claim to be the world’s first turntable with remote control VTA/stylus rake angle adjustment, so with the push of a button you can shift the VTA up or down to dial in the optimal setting. And if you’re a sucker for multiple tone arms, you’ll be pleased to hear this beast can accommodate up to three.
Check out photos in the gallery below, and go to Walker Audio for a complete specification.