AVID introduce new volvere SP turntable

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The original Volvere turntable made its debut back in 1998 with technology and philosophy based on the reference standard, bigger brother the Acutus. It progressed to become renowned throughout the audio industry and owned by discerning music lovers the world over. It is part of AVID's commitment to its existing and future customers that its products should progressively evolve to remain consistently ahead of the competition and the Volvere is no exception.

As the vinyl market continues to thrive and grow, the time was considered right for the Volvere to make a significant step up in the form of the Volvere SP. All of the Volvere's essential features remain in place but the internal power supply has been upgraded and placed in an external chassis. It still retains the switchable variable speed and twin belt drive but also employs a larger mains transformer. This allows the main chassis to be upgraded to a more substantial design, which is 700% stronger than that in the previous model. Incidentally, this is an advancement that has also found its way into the Sequel turntable, too.

These changes result in an instantly recognisable improvement in sound quality. This is noticeable throughout the complete frequency range, with significantly reduced distortion and a lower surface noise level as a bonus.

All AVID products and components are designed, machined and manufactured at the company's comprehensive facilities near Huntingdon, Cambs.

The Volvere SP is available now in Satin Silver or Black finish with a UK retail price of £4,000.
The Sequel is priced at £5,500.
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