Referanse spiller fra Tyske AMG med en byggekvalitet som er et meget sjeldent syn.
Dette er spilleren som jeg har spilt mest på de siste 3 årene og er en referansekombinasjon på alle områder.
Det har ingen hensikt i å prøve å bryte det ned eller analysere opplevelsen denne riggen gir, den har alle hifi parameterne på plass, men samtidig gir den en musiklitet og live følelse som bare Tom Fletsher baserte spillere kan måle seg med.
Jeg har ikke tall på alle forskjellige platespiller kombinasjonene jeg har hatt - både nye og brukte de siste 30 årene det er langt over 100, men denne troner som en av mine 3 absolutte favoritter, alle er faktisk priset herfa og nedover, ikke oppover selv om jeg har hatt inne spillere til over 3 ggr prisen.
"When it comes to turntables, it seems that the sky is the limit when it comes to price. I haven’t heard any of the $100,000 plus turntables except at shows. I have heard several table-and-arm setups up to $70,000 in my system. I love the drive and pace of theShindo 301 or Artisan Fidelity Garrard 301 turntable. I love the deep bass of the Merrill-Scillia MS21 or the DaVinciAudio Labs In Unison turntable. I also love the detail and quietness of really good belt-driven turntables. As good as many of those tables are, I have only found one turntable that combines the essence of all these. It is the AMG Viella V12 Turntable and Tonearm, but you need to consider the purchase of theHarmonic Resolution Systems M3X-1921-AMG V12 Isolation Platform as part of the turntable; it not only improves the sound, but also looks great without the wood skirt." Jack roberts - dagogo
In the original conclusion, I said the AMG V12 was one of the two best turntables I had used in my system. I feel safe in saying that with the addition of the HRS M3X-1921-AMG V12 Isolation Platform, the AMG Viella is the best table I have used. This does leave the potential buyer with some choices to make. If you can afford it, get it with the wood trim of your choice and the HRS isolation platform. If money is an issue, start with the basic table with no trim and no platform. Then, when you can afford it add the HRS, and then if you want the looks, add the wood trim of your choice. For me, I want it with the dark wood trim and the HRS isolation platform.
Precision engineering and classic design are embodied in the first turntable from AMG (Analog Manufaktur Germany), the Viella 12 or simply, V12. The AMG turntable line was created by a group of audio industry experts to advance the art of vinyl playback.
Werner Roeschlau, his son Julian Lorenzi and other master machinists developed the AMG products at their bespoke multi-story Bavarian factory located north of Munich.
All machining is done in-house, combining the latest Computer Aided Design and CNC machines with “classic analog” tools, including custom lathes and drill presses. Their factory has been manufacturing key, precision parts for some of the world’s most highly regarded turntables for over a decade. This expertise in the design and manufacture of turntables led to the AMG line, premiering with the Viella 12.
Julian Lorenzi, after years of experience working closely with his father, combined with his education and background, will carry on the AMG legacy as Managing Director.
“This has been a total revelation and an experience that will take a long time to forget.” – Alberto Pascual, HiFi Live Magazine, October 2014
“… the AMG V12 simply has the magic touch.” – Jonathan Valin, The Absolute Sound, October 2012
“There simply aren’t any turntables I have heard that are going to be much better than the AMG Viella ‘V12.’” – Jack Roberts, Dagogo, August 2012