September 24,2012 Introducing the Ultimate Turntable Controller the Digi-Pulse 18K(GEM)
The music here came out of nowhere and was as smooth as a baby's skin, probably smoother, but I needed to talk with Larry so we left the room and unfortunately the game ended on Sunday before I was able to make it back to play one of my LPs on his rig. Maybe Montreal in the spring?
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August 28,2012 - TTW Audio - New Servo Motor Turntable Controller System due for release September 10,2012...All V2 (New Drive System)Turntable owners are eligible for a trade in of old controller, please inquire
See the new products at the TAVES SHOW Sept. 28-30,2012
August 18,2012 "NEW"... Now in stock...Introducing our Flagship Center Weight
The NEW TTSuper Weight V2 now available in two weights
June 2,2012 - Demonstrating the true .0005 or less runout and why this is critical for the ultimate table performance
June 1,2012 - Introducing the complete Turntable and Upgrades Tutorial Video Series now in production
May 30,2012 The new SRA and Azimuth Cartridge Set up Camera System now available
May 24,2012 Beginning of new instructional Videos : Part One: TTW Glider Pod & TTW Graham Phantom Supreme II Pod and Arm Assembly Instructions
May 15,2012 : Classic Center Weight in stock 200 ON SALE.
April 20,2012: the revolutionary MOMENTUS V2 Release
April 18,2012: Introducing the revolutionary VTA/SRA Glider Tone Arm Pod with TTW Phantom II is ready to ship
March 30,2012: The 454 Gram Classic Weight is back, click here to order now
March 12,2012 The new TTW Phantom Tone arm has arrived. A working partnership with Graham Engineering supplies the GEM Turntable direct from the factory with a specially made version of the Graham Phantom tone arm.
January 5,2012: The new High Definition GEM Platter
November 2011: Turntable Review dagogo- The GEM DUO Drive Equipment Review "So the relevant question is, did TTWeights’ approach to speed- and vibration-control produce a turntable that excels in playing back records? I am happy to report that the answer is a most definitive yes, and to a greater degree than I imagined