There are two types of turntable: suspended subchassis and high-mass; Pro-Ject has combined the two!
Brand new acrylic turntable combines Pro-Ject's impressive credentials with a top-quality hi-fi performance
Stylish-looking and fitted with a dust cover, the 6 Perspex promises a great deal with its performance
Pro-Ject is, of course, the great success story of the LP turntable market, having started when most others were giving up: it has gone on to achieve eminence with a large and varied product range
The Unique Selling Proposition here is obvious at once: two outputs, each with their own volume control. In effect, this is two separate headphone amps sharing an input (with the usual daisychain phono output of course). There are other headphone amps on the market with twin output, but for one thing they have only a single volume control and for another two pairs of low-impedance headphones can be a very taxing load.
Pro-Ject is not a shy retiring turntable maker. It has pretty well transformed the market since the introduction of its first model ten or so years ago and there are plenty of brands that have struggled to compete.