A site visitor sent me email today:
"Just in case you have not seen the turntables we have manufactured for about 15 years.
Ended the company looks like has two Turntables:
I never seen or heard about them but they are look interesting. The largest TT has negative curve of platter. Only god in his wisdom knows why not all high level TTs uses this principle. The site is kind of flimsy and the information about the TT is very limited. If they use copper then the platters are heavy. It is not bad itself but how do they hoist the heavy platters on bearing. The classic ball bearing will not be effective for 100 points platter and I do not see them to use air, magnets or anything else. I hope they at least to lift the platter from the bearing while it is not speaking…..
Anyhow, it looks like an “unknown” TT. If it is true that it being made for 15 years then the company owner does not perform the ceremonial blow-job to the industry – that is god as well…Rgs,
Romy the Cat
"I wish I could score everything for horns." - Richard Wagner. "Our writing equipment takes part in the forming of our thoughts." - Friedrich Nietzsche