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Put on Audiophile Airs with the First Levitating Turntable

by Dave Segal You may not want to scratch on this bad boy. mag-lev audio Attention, audiophiles who think they have everything: MAG-LEV Audio is raising funds via Kickstarter to manufacture the first levitating turntable. So what does the MAG-LEV Audio turntable have over your old, reliable deck that sits sturdily on a flat surface, quaintly obeying the laws of gravity? Well, it has a floating wheel of steel that "visually enhances the experience of listening to vinyl records by levitating the platter," as the company's Kickstarter copy explains.
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