Mark Levinson high-end turntable, the No.5105, unveiled at CES



“Engineered and built for the discriminating analogue music lover.”

Electronics company Mark Levinson has announced a new turntable called No.5105, at CES 2020, reports What Hi-Fi.

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No.5105 follows Levinson’s first turntable, No.515, and includes elements inspired by its 5000 series of amplifiers.

The turntable features one-inch aluminium front panels, signature hourglass knob design that doubles as a record weight, a 10-inch carbon fibre tonearm tube, and a 14-lb aluminium platter.

Debuting in the summer of 2020, the No.5105 will be available $6000 without a factory-installed moving coil phono cartridge or $7000 with a factory-installed moving coil phono cartridge.