NEW Transrotor Jupiter Turntable

$5,500.00
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NEW!!! Transrotor Jupiter Turntable. Beautiful. Precise. Brilliant. More dampening and isolation

Now at True Audiophile.

"A natural point of reference for Jupiter is Zet 3 ($7500). Wake me up in the middle of the night and ask me which one would I chose and most likely I won't have an answer for you. But if you push me hard enough I'd probably point to Jupiter. Mostly for aesthetic reasons – it's smaller and sleeker then upgraded version of Zet 3... I did not replace the main bearing with a TMD one. Why? Because Jupiter features a truly high quality bearing so replacing it with TMD would not cause such spectacular improvement...If you choose Jupiter, you'll get a nice looking, good sounding turntable that will allow you to enjoy music, a lot!" --High Fidelity Review

“Jupiter focuses more on music, on delivering is a nice, all-round sound no matter what kind of music it has to play…If you choose Jupiter, you'll get a nice looking, good sounding turntable that will allow you to enjoy music, a lot!” -- High Fidelity Magazine"

Its finally here! TT lovers have been begging for a Fat Bob baby and the new TransRotor Jupiter is that table with a little more than the MAX: More dampening for a quieter soundstage, isolated plinth. All handcrafted by one of the oldest turntable companies in the world. Massive and polished. This new bargain table from TransRotor is more dramatic that many competitors top-of-the-line.

The Jupiter features an inverted bearing with a novel bearing-lubrication system that continually supplies the bearing with oil.

Photo shows option 2nd arm. Table comes standard with one arm. Add $1500 for a 12" arm.

Table comes with EINS Power Supply, Axiss Audio 9" OEM Jelco arm and Shelter 201 Cartridge. Full specs coming soon.

Transrotor Jupiter Turntable. Now at True Audiophile.

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Condition: New
Width: 24.00
Height: 16.00
Depth: 24.00
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"A natural point of reference for Jupiter is Zet 3 ($7500). Wake me up in the middle of the night and ask me which one would I chose and most likely I won't have an answer for you. But if you push me hard enough I'd probably point to Jupiter. Mostly for aesthetic reasons – it's smaller and sleeker then upgraded version of Zet 3... I did not replace the main bearing with a TMD one. Why? Because Jupiter features a truly high quality bearing so replacing it with TMD would not cause such spectacular improvement...If you choose Jupiter, you'll get a nice looking, good sounding turntable that will allow you to enjoy music, a lot!" --High Fidelity Review

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