Combine the DNA of Crosley Radio (purveyor of vintage radios and jukeboxes) and Pro-Ject Audio Systems (turntable minimalists and tonearm specialists) and you get the C-10, a warm wooden deck for spinning your favorite vinyl. But this simple turntable isn't lacking in high-end touches.
From its shock absorbent feet up to its removable dust cover, it's got the kind of features analog audio lovers will appreciate. Such as the belt-driven platter turning on a stainless steel bearing running in a bronze bushing with a Teflon bottom. And an adjustable counterweighted aluminum tonearm that rests on sapphire bearings.
While we haven't personally heard it, we have heard that it delivers music as beautiful as it looks. So for just $430, you get a gorgeous audio component that doesn't skimp on either sound or style.