New Reference Tonearm Gen III

At today’s press conference at the High End
Munich show at the MOC, Touraj Moghaddam, Vertere’s founder and chief designer, gave a detailed
description and explanation of the new third-generation of Vertere Reference Tonearm.

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Vertere Sabre MM review

It’s clear that the Vertere Sabre is a terrific performer for the money. It tracks securely and is nicely made, but most importantly of all makes us want to listen to our records even more. That makes it an excellent buy in our books. Highly recommended.

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Vertere Redline Interconnect Review

Vertere’s Redline range is excellent. While it’s a cliché to say ‘it gets out of the way of music’ there is such a felling of music unimpeded by the electronics when using Redline, it’s had not to be tempted by that over-used phrase.

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SG-1 Turntable Review from HiFiCritic

Excellently engineered record player equipped with all the adjustments you might require to fully optimize analogue disc replay. The finish and build is top class, as is the sound quality: a HIFICRITIC Audio Excellence Rating is fully deserved.

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Nick Mason and his New Vertere MG-1 Turntable

We are delighted to share that Nick Mason CBE, the legendary drummer and co-founder of the iconic band Pink Floyd chose to use Vertere in his new fully-equipped recording studio, listening to his vinyl on his MG-1 record player with the Phono-1 and Pulse-R cables. Thank you for choosing Vertere, Nick!

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