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Exceptional sound quality comes at an exceptional price.
Have you ever wondered just how much you could spend on a turntable? Let’s take a look at the five most expensive turntables on the planet and find out what sets them apart from the rest.
Goldmund’s Reference II - $300,000
With an astonishingly large price tag of $300,000, Goldmund’s Reference II is the ultimate in exclusive music reproduction equipment. The 20 kg platter is machined to an astounding precision of 0.01 millimeters, which is just one example of the attention to detail that goes into the creation of this equipment. The workings of this high-quality turntable are carefully shielded from electrical and mechanical noise, giving arguably the best sound quality of any turntable on the planet.
Aleks Bakman’s Onedof - $200,000
The Onedof turntable is truly one of a kind. Designed by engineer Aleks Bakman, who has won awards for his work with NASA, Onedof turntable eliminates friction and all other sources of disturbance and thus provides world's smoothest listening experience.