Da Vinci AAS Gabriel Magnetic Levitation Turntable Da Vinci AAS Gabriel Magnetic Levitation Turntable with Ortofon AS 309 S Tonearm
The unique design of the DaVinciAudio Labs AAS Gabriel turntable is inspired from the same process that is used to cut grooves into masters for vinyl discs. The turntable looks deadly cool when we take a look at its form factor and compare the make to the Transrotor Artus, Sondek LP12 SE turntable, TEAC's VPI HR-X1 turntable, Goldmund's The Reference II, and the Basis Audio turntable. All of these carry a hefty price tag but when we talk about looks, the AAS Gabriel turntable certainly sits at the top. Frankly speaking, it looks to be something that should be placed in an art museum. It comes equipped with highly stable drive chassis, acoustically sound turntable, silent bearings, and stable power supply. It has been designed in a way to produce absolutely zero noise or vibration. The inimitable design is inspired from the same process that is employed to cut grooves into masters for vinyl discs.
Note the scratch on the back of the motor. That is the only noticeable blemish. There are no other marks on this unit. Not only is a beautiful piece of equipment but it sounds even better than it looks. I'm only selling it because I got another Gabriel Turntable.
Includes power supply and Ortofon AS 309 S Tonearm. Does not include cartridge.