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1978 was the year Peter Suchy and his team developed Clearaudio's first moving coil cartridges. The patented fully symmetrical design and the choice of a boron cantilever were pioneering approaches which guide others to this day – while Clearaudio continues to refine them. 'Made in Germany' at Clearaudio stands for the highest quality, using high-end materials and the perfect technical implementation of intelligent innovation. Every product in Clearaudio's portfolio is conceived and produced by highly skilled specialists and precision engineers in the science city of Erlangen.

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Clearaudio Smart Power 12V now in UK

Clearaudio Smart Power 12V DC Battery Supply for Performance Turntables

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Clearaudio Concept Active All-in-one Turntable

Clearaudio Concept Active Plug-and-Play High-Performance Turntable

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UK Hi-Fi Show Live 2019 Ascot Report and Gallery

UK Hi-Fi Show Live 2019 Ascot Full Show Report and Gallery

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CLEARAUDIO JUBILEE AND V2 CARTRIDGES AND SMART POWER SUPPLIES

Clearaudio Jubilee MC and MM Cartridges Due Later This Year with V2 Cartridge Range and Battery-Powered Smart Power Supplies

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CLEARAUDIO SMART MATRIX SILENT RECORD CLEANER RELEASED

Clearaudio Smart Matrix Silent Record Cleaner Now Available

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CLEARAUDIO OVATION STEALS PULP FICTION SCENE

Clearaudio's Ovation turntable replaces reel-to-reel in Pulp Fiction homage.

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CLEARAUDIO’S NEXT GENERATION ACTIVE TURNTABLES

Forty years after they started, Clearaudio are still at the forefront of turntable technology and marks the occasion with a new turntable range called Concept Active, “one for all, all for one”.

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Turntable Seminar with Clearaudio, at Audio Connection

Clearaudio certainly need no introduction to analog enthusiasts, and their very own Robert Suchy is in Australia this month as part of his Oceania tour.

Posted in: Hi-Fi

Clearaudio

1978 was the year Peter Suchy and his team developed Clearaudio's first moving coil cartridges. The patented fully symmetrical design and the choice of a boron cantilever were pioneering approaches which guide others to this day – while Clearaudio continues to refine them. 'Made in Germany' at Clearaudio stands for the highest quality, using high-end materials and the perfect technical implementation of intelligent innovation. Every product in Clearaudio's portfolio is conceived and produced by highly skilled specialists and precision engineers in the science city of Erlangen.

Associated Content

News

Clearaudio Smart Power 12V now in UK

Clearaudio Smart Power 12V DC Battery Supply for Performance Turntables

Posted in: Hi-Fi

News

Clearaudio Concept Active All-in-one Turntable

Clearaudio Concept Active Plug-and-Play High-Performance Turntable

Posted in: Hi-Fi

Features

UK Hi-Fi Show Live 2019 Ascot Report and Gallery

UK Hi-Fi Show Live 2019 Ascot Full Show Report and Gallery

Posted in: Hi-Fi Headphones HiFi Show

News

CLEARAUDIO JUBILEE AND V2 CARTRIDGES AND SMART POWER SUPPLIES

Clearaudio Jubilee MC and MM Cartridges Due Later This Year with V2 Cartridge Range and Battery-Powered Smart Power Supplies

Posted in: Hi-Fi

News

CLEARAUDIO SMART MATRIX SILENT RECORD CLEANER RELEASED

Clearaudio Smart Matrix Silent Record Cleaner Now Available

Posted in: Hi-Fi

News

CLEARAUDIO OVATION STEALS PULP FICTION SCENE

Clearaudio's Ovation turntable replaces reel-to-reel in Pulp Fiction homage.

Posted in: Hi-Fi

News

CLEARAUDIO’S NEXT GENERATION ACTIVE TURNTABLES

Forty years after they started, Clearaudio are still at the forefront of turntable technology and marks the occasion with a new turntable range called Concept Active, “one for all, all for one”.

Posted in: Hi-Fi

News

Turntable Seminar with Clearaudio, at Audio Connection

Clearaudio certainly need no introduction to analog enthusiasts, and their very own Robert Suchy is in Australia this month as part of his Oceania tour.

Posted in: Hi-Fi