Pro-Ject Essential III Phono: Rolling Stones Magazine

Pro-Ject Essential III Phono Get's Featured in Rolling Stones Valentine's Day Buying Guide

"The Pro-Ject Essential III Phono mixes minimalist good looks with audiophile-quality sonics, in a refined and elegant package. This hefty turntable is as much a display piece as it is a dynamic sound machine.

Your vinyl records spin smoothly, thanks to the Essential III’s diamond-cut aluminum drive pulley, while a resonance-optimized MDF main platter and MDF chassis keep the audio bright and balanced."

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Pro-Ject Records: First Release

Pro-Ject Records: First Release  

For nearly 30 years, PRO-JECT has been known for offering the best in luxury audio listening equipment, but now we are excited to extend our listening offerings with a NEW AUDIOPHILE RECORD created under the PRO-JECT RECORDS LABEL

The first of its kind, the record boasts different recording styles beautifully blended in collaboration with Austrian musician and audiophile 7RAY feat. Triple Ace - Jazzy Zoetrope. Carefully crafted as Pro-Ject’s debut in recording, the vinyl is available an audiophile 180g double LP and a di­rect master tape copy. The record is easy to listen with a great atmosphere, an instant Jazz classic.

This special concept live studio album (recorded at Pro-Ject’s HQ in Austria) offers the ability to hear a direct comparison of recording styles. The production used the top analogue recording equipment with reduced and thoughtful miking techniques to capture the essence of Pro-Ject’s mission and commitment to quality sound. This is a landmark case in Pro-Jects recording capabilities, using real analo­gue tape with reduced microphoning, capturing live in true stereo with no compression or extensive edi­ting – truly recreating a live performance.


Pro-Ject Debut Carbon: Tech Insider

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon: Tech Insider

"The Pro-Ject Debut Carbon is in the runnings to be the best entry-level hi-fi turntables you can buy... For the money, you get a very well made deck that’s damped properly for fantastic sound quality. The carbon-fiber tonearm is lightweight and stiff, and is usually reserved for turntables costing much more."

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Pro-Ject T1 Phono SB: Tone Audio

Tone Audio Reviews The T1 Phono SB

"In a world full of $5,000 tonearm cables, a $399 turntable, cartridge and phono preamplifier combo is a pretty refreshing thing. Legacy audiophiles forget that we all started somewhere, and most likely it wasn’t with a megabucks system. I can’t think of a combination that is more user-friendly, with such a high level of sound and build quality than the Project T1. Another thing often overlooked, is that an entry-level has to deliver compelling enough sound for the user to stay interested. Again, the T1 is a major triumph in this regard."

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Phono Box Ultra

Phono Box: Digital Trends

Digital Trends Lists The Best Affordable Phono Preamps

"The Phono Box does have an extra trick up its sleeve for more high-end vinyl enthusiasts. At the back is a button that allows you to choose between optimization for moving magnet and moving coil cartridge turntables. If you already own a high-quality turntable (such as Pro-Ject’s Debut Carbon) and are considering upgrading to the pricier moving coil cartridges long-term, this is a great option."

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Gear Patrol: The Complete Guide to All of Pro-Ject's Turntables

Gear Patrol: The Complete Guide to All of Pro-Ject's Turntables

Gear Patrol recently sat down with Heinz Lichtenegger, Founder and CEO of Pro-Ject to learn about the companies history and map out a guide to all of Pro-Ject's turntables.

“I started Pro-Ject to bring as many people as possible to the world of hobby hi-fi, especially in the 1980s when CD players were extremely expensive and generally inaccessible,” said Heinz Lichtenegger, the founder of Pro-Ject Audio. “At this time, I realized that a good turntable could sound even better than a CD, however, there were no quality turntables available that were low cost. So, in 1991 I decided I had to make one.” Nearly 30 years later, the company is still known for just that: audiophile-grade turntables at affordable prices.

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