Sunday, 6 September 2009

PBN Audio's GrooveMaster Turntable Two-Motor Counter-Balanced Dual Drive System, Three-Layer Laminated Solid Wood Base

So what happens when you combine an awesome sense of acoustics and audio
equipment design with the aesthetics of solid wood? You get the latest
creation from PBN Audio, the GrooveMaster Turntable. It has some
seriously wicked electronics built on top of a base of triple-laminated
solid wood and it is sure to have audiophiles and interior designers
lining up to get their hands on one.

After years of intensive R D, PBN Audio was able to perfect all the
attributes of the GrooveMaster turntable. Its two-motor counterbalanced
dual drive renders absolute 33.333rpm and it sports a set of four belts
for maximum traction. The solid wood base is honed from three laminated
layers of select hardwoods and the crown jewel is the SME 312
twelve-inch audiophile tone arm. This is not your ordinary record player.

As if solid wood wasn't enough, the folks at PBN employed the same
technology found in the world's finest violins for the tone arm support.
According to the GrooveMaster's creator, The bridge that braces the
strings is what gives million-dollar violins their astounding musical
depth. I use equally rare woods for the tone arm support . The specs of
this beauty are as follows:

Two-motor counter-balanced dual drive system
Precision balanced 17-lb stainless steel flywheel
Solid stainless steel progressive-traction belt guide
Belt guide accommodates four belts for superior performance
Platter rotates at an absolute 33.333rpm
Computer-controlled synchronized drive station to eliminate any
variability and assure absolute frequency stability
Wood base is honed from three laminated layers of select planks of
kiln-dried maple, walnut, rosewood or other fine hardwoods
Stainless steel accents and precise three-point risers in
protective coasters
Platter is precisely honed from a solid block of high-grade iridescent
or translucent acrylic
Turntable is supplied with the legendary SME 312 12-in Precision
Transcription Arm fitted with a subsonic lateral-mode fluid damper
that can be instantly adjusted
Precision-machined hardwood arm support can be likened to an
exquisite violin bridge. The near perfect tonal quality is the
direct result of the superior material that is used.
Cartridge is extra and at customer's request
The GrooveMaster comes in your choice of maple, rosewood, mahogany, and
walnut and retails for $10,000. Yeah, that's four zeros there. For more
information on the GrooveMaster Turntable and other PBN Audio products
you can head over to www.pbnaudio.com.

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