You could think of the Mystic, at $2699, as somewhat “affordable,” but for me that’s a stretch. Better to say that while it’s not outrageously expensive, it’s still a high-rent MC that outputs a manageable 0.5mV. Its micro-elliptical stylus rides on a tubular cantilever of aluminum, and Vertere recommends a vertical tracking force (VTF) of 2gm.
The MG-1 MkII is just the second step-up in Vertere’s four-strong turntable family, though once arm and cartridge are included it still sits firmly in the high-end sector of the market.
We’re delighted to share with you the first DG-1 Dynamic Groove review by HIFICRITIC magazine. The in-depth review by Chris Kelly, also awards our first ‘plug and play’ record player the coveted ‘Audio Excellence’ status.
The Dynamic Groove (DG-1) turntable with built-in ‘Groove Runner’ tonearm is something completely new.