Gingko Audio Upgrades for VPI's Traveler

Jason Victor Serinus has already discussed the products shown by Gingko Audio, but here’s a closer look at VPI’s Traveler turntable with Gingko’s Cloud 9T vibration-control platform ($349) and dust cover ($279).

Can the Cloud 9T squeeze more performance from the Traveler? Can the dust cover protect the Traveler from meddlesome cats? Perhaps a Follow-Up is in order.

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Devil Doc's picture
I'm not bothered by $20K components...

...I've been involved in the hobby since 1970 and there's always been components I couldn't afford, but $279 dust covers drive me up a wall.

Doc

Et Quelle's picture
lol 20k

20k audio is just for show!!

JohnnyR's picture
But But But

It does keep dust away oh so well!  >_> and was probably made in China for $1.98

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