The classic turntable has remained unchanged for almost a century, but Atmo Sfera offers a unique twist on the iconic design. This striking and stylish turntable is created by Audio Deva and it’s built in Pavia, Italy. A great example of modern Italian product design, Atmo Sfera revolutionizes more than just the aesthetic features of the traditional vinyl record players. The platterless construction eliminates reverberations that are present in any box-shaped unit, however minute they may be, to provide a superior sound that lets the music shine through without distortion. The record is seemingly suspended into the air, spinning in a smooth and fluent motion. The belt-driven turntable features two speeds, of 33 RPM and 45 RPM, and a convenient integration of the Audio Technica AT 95 E MM cartridge and a Bluetooth stereo connectivity with embedded RIAA phono preamplifier. This means you can use the unit as soon as it’s taken out of the box, without having to buy an additional amplifier or to set up the cartridge. As vinyl and turntables are currently going through a revival phase, this model offers a contemporary choice for first-time buyers and audiophiles in equal measure, providing premium sound quality and innovation in one. The industrial inspired design will integrate into a modern décor perfectly, bringing the clear, warm sound of vinyl records to living spaces and creating a focal point at the same time. You can support the Audio Deva campaign here.

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