LINN MAJIK LP12 TURNTABLE WITH NEW MAJIK TONEARM FOR 2019
Buying a Linn turntable allows you to go on an analog journey, upgrading various aspects of the turntable as you desire and budget allows.
Modular by design, the entry level Majik LP12 has been the starting point for many vinyl enthusiasts, utilising carefully selected Linn-engineered components.
There was just one exception. Until now the Linn Sondek Majik LP12 leaned on fellow manufacturer Pro-Ject for the tonearm. Coming in February, Linn will ship the Majik LP12 with a Linn designed and Jelco manufactured tonearm.
In even better news for existing LP12 owners, it will also be available to purchase separately from June 2019 for those wishing to change from the Pro-Ject 9cc tonearm.
The Majik LP12 uses Linn's latest sandwich construction aluminium sub-chassis, an aluminium armboard, a patented single point bearing, and internal low noise power supply.
It is available in a choice of five finishes including Black Ash, Cherry, Walnut, Rosenut, and Oak.
The 2019 Majik LP12 with Linn tonearm will sell for (NZD) $6,399 and comes fitted with Linn's Adikt MM cartridge.
The new Majik tonearm joins the Akito (NZD) $3,000 and Ekos SE (NZD) $7,200 flagship tonearm in the Linn tonearm range.
Like all Linn Sondek LP12 turntables, a range of accessories and upgrade items can be purchased separately ensuring that buying a Linn turntable, is an investment that will last a lifetime.
For more information visit Linn.
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