McIntosh MT2 Precision Turntable

Mar 12, 2018

Category: Gear

There has been a massive resurgence in the popularity of vinyl records over the last few years – which we can credit partially to their warm and welcome tone. But anyone with a record collection can tell you that the music will only sound as good as your turntable allows, which is why – if you appreciate vinyl – you should probably consider picking up the McIntosh MT2.

At $4,000, this piece of sound equipment is certainly an investment, but it’s also the most approachable in McIntosh’s lineup. If you’re not scared away by the price tag, there’s a lot to be said about what comes with it – including a belt-driven table, crystal clear playback on both 33-1/3 and 45 rpm records, a high-output moving coil cartridge that works with both moving coil phono and moving magnet inputs, a special dampening dural-aluminum tone arm, and materials throughout designed to give you the absolute best noise-free high fidelity playback.

Purchase: $4,000

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