Allen Perkins and Immedia put together another great-sounding room.
Ah, the Spiral Groove SG1 turntable. Look at it. You love it. But it costs $25,000. Ouch. Oh, but you love it.
The Spiral Groove SG1 turntable looks totally bad-ass and has a removable armboard for easy swapping of tonearms. It made sweet, sweet music with the Lehmannaudio Black Cube Decade phono preamp ($2399; Michael Fremer's review will appear in our December 2008 issue), Spiral Groove's own Equinox series amplification (price TBA), and Sonics by Joachim Gerhard Amerigo loudspeakers in a handsome Zebrano finish ($5500/pair).