If you are anything like us here at The Culture Curators, you are a fan of music. As avid fans of sound, we also enjoy quality sound and unique new ways to listen to our favorite songs. After seven years of research, the good folks over at Oswalds Mills Audio are back with something new. Today we get our first look at Oswalds Mill Audio’s K3 Turntable. Eye-catching and visually striking, the K3 might just be the most elaborately engineered deck on the market.
The chassis is made of cast iron which features molded hollow chambers that are filled with liquid. The goal is to dampen and absorb vibrations. While similar techniques were used to build the oversized platter and armboard, the powerful motor is built with components also used in anti-ballistic missile defense systems and deep space telescopes. The turntable’s motor control system is programmed by direct drive turntable expert Richard Krebs, providing unrivaled accuracy and detail for your listening enjoyment. The K3 turntable is unlike any turntable we’ve seen before, which is precisely why we’re drawn to it.
Take a closer look at Oswalds Mill Audio’s K3 Turntable in the image up top and head over to Oswalds Mill Audio for more information. In the meantime, keep it locked with The Culture Curators for more from the tech sector coming very soon.
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