Warsaw 2017: Muarah reinvents the wheel

By | December 7th, 2017|Categories: Part-Time Audiofile|Tags: , |

Speaking of originality, Muarah, a new to me Polish company that specializes in tube electronics and turntables introduced the most interesting gizmo in a long time, the Inteliclamp. It looks like a record clamp, only ten times smarter.

Inside the clamp sits a battery powered sensor that measures rotation speed and transmits via radio frequencies (far above the audio band) at the Precision Speed Controller, a device that can adjust in real time the turntable’s frequency, thus heavily diminishing wow. The PSC is built around a “quartz stabilized 230V generator with frequency deviation less than 0,01Hz, absolutely inaudible for human ear”.

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