We're excited to introduce some new delights to our range of turntables. Together with Armin Kern, we unpacked the new Debut PRO turntable from Pro-Ject. He lets us in on the history of the manufacturer, and what makes the new model so special. And to make sure you have everything you need to get the Debut PRO up and running at home, we've assembled the record player, too. And here's an even more detailed breakdown in our blog post.
The No. 5802 and the No. 5805 integrated amplifiers from Mark Levinson's 5000 Series released last year have been joined by four new devices. In addition to the No. 5101 (SA) CD player and network streamer with DA converter, the No. 5206 high-end preamplifier in dual mono design and the No. 5302 high-end stereo power amplifier, the upper class phono drive No. 5105 — which also is the subject of this article!
Music has accompanied humankind since the beginning of time. But there was a long way between the first drummed rhythm, the introduction of universal musical notation, and the first sound recording in 1860 by Édouard-Léon Scott de Martinville's phonautograph. On this path, technology and music have always been closely intertwined and are still impossible to separate today. How has the way we consume music changed over the centuries until today?