The iconic 1970s turntable gets a revamp.
Panasonic is releasing a new version of its legendary SP-10, reports What HiFi.
Unveiled at the IFA in Berlin, the Reference Class SP-10R, which has been called the “most premium turntable ever” by Panasonic, goes on sale next summer.
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SP-10R features a 7kg brass, rubber and aluminium platter, a coreless direct drive motor, and power supply separated from the platter to further minimise noise and vibration.
The news follows the recent revamp of Technics iconic SL-1200 turntables, which were released in April 2017.