TRIANGLE ART ANUBIS TURNTABLE BREAKS COVER

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by Jay Garrett

3rd October, 2019

TRIANGLE ART ANUBIS TURNTABLE BREAKS COVER

TriangleArt has just released details about its Anubis turntable.

Named after the Egyptian ruler of the kingdom of the dead, the new Anubis record player shares the jackal-headed king's love of gold and black. It certainly has stunning looks.

Triangle Art Anubis

However, TriangleArt's Anubis is more than cosmetics. Centre-stage is the massive 80 mm thick platter that features a complex composite alloy construction. The intention here is the effective removal and suppression of vibrations. 

The bearings are machined from titanium and supplemented with a diamond coating for lower friction and greater strength. 

TriangleArt Anubis

A high-torque AC motor drives the belt with options for 45 and 33 1/3 revolutions per minute. 

Additionally, the tonearm resides on its own tower, further improving resilience against unwanted resonances.

All-in, the TriangleArt Anubis player assembly weighs around 73 kilograms.

Triangle Art Anubis

The TriangleArt Anubis will debut at the Toronto Audio Fest later this month. A full TriangleArt system will be joined by Skogrand cables and output through Muraudio speakers.

We have yet to receive any pricing details but check out more photos in the gallery below. Worth making a deal with the King of the Dead?

For more details, go to Triangle Art.

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