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The Debut PRO Reviews Are In!

The Debut PRO reviews have come in and the response has been overwhelming!

Vinyl lovers of all stripes love our latest turntable in the Debut series. With massive upgrades in every detail, it's no wonder that the press is raving.

Ty Pendlebury of CNET praised it as a premier option for audiophile-grade turntables under $1,000, writing:

In its 30 years, Pro-Ject has proved to be one of a handful of companies that can deliver tremendous bang for buck. For example, the Debut Evo and T1 turntables are my favorite models under $500 and $400, respectively. I look forward to listening to the Project Debut Pro in the near future.

Vinyl lover Mark Sparrow of Forbes praised Pro-Ject for consistently reinventing the build quality and playback of our turntables from the Pro-Ject 1 all the way through the Debut series :

The original Pro-Ject 1 and its successor, the Debut series, was partly responsible for reinvigorating the passion for vinyl and breathed life into an industry that many had already pronounced as dead.

Johnny Brayson of Hi Consumption extended his excitement over the details in his Debut PRO review:

The Pro-Ject Debut PRO Turntable is the latest and arguably most impressive installment in the brand’s Debut line. Most immediately, one notices the clean lines and satin black/brushed nickel finish of the new modern design, but the Debut PRO is much more than a pretty face. The turntable is loaded up with premium components, including a brand-new one-piece carbon fiber-wrapped aluminum tonearm with adjustable height and azimuth.

We're excited to hear what you think in the coming weeks as the Debut PRO hits shelves around the US!

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Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO: Wired

Pro-Ject Debut Carbon EVO: Wired

"The Pro-Ject Debut Carbon Evo sounds magnificent. Turntables don't get simpler or more elegant than this, with none of the bells and whistles of others on this list. Instead, Pro-Ject opts for high-quality components in the simplest configuration possible, like a carbon-fiber tonearm, a custom TPE-damped metal platter, and a house-made cartridge that typically retails for $150 alone." - Wired

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Pro-Ject’s 6Perspex SB: Rolling Stones Magazine

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"By applying principles of physics — like magnetism — and accounting for technical issues such as standing wave reflection, Pro-Ject’s 6Perspex SB can allow you to hear even the finest details of your record collection."

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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

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"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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