Muse 3C turntable, along with Reed 3P (12" Ebony Makassar) and Reed 2A (9.5" Pernambuco) tonearms, was shown in audio show Haute Fidélité Paris, thanks to our partner in France - Fusion Acoustic. The setup also included Transfiguration Proteus cartridges and gear from The Gryphon - Legato Legacy phono, Pandora preamp etc.
Few photos from the show:
Below are some pictures from High-End show in Lithuania - AudioGourmet 2014. We had our Reed Muse 3C (black finish) turntable equipped with Reed 3P (10.5“ Cocobolo armwand, Palladium Satin) and Reed 2A (12“ Cocobolo armwand, Black), playing via Allnic H-1201 preamp and Allnic T-1500 amplifier and Audio Solutions' Rhapsody 130 speakers (also made in Lithuania).
Concept speaker project by a student from Reed Labs initiative will be on display at The London Design Festival.
Ms. Povilė Šlepetytė, who was already recognized nationally and awarded a Best young designer prize (Product and industrial design category), will be presenting her high-end speaker concept project in "Young Lithuanian Designer" event in Lithuanian embassy in London, which will be a part of The London Design Festival.
Working with engineers from Reed team in one of the Reed Labs' projects, Ms. Šlepetytė developed a new concept of high-end speakers. As the author describes it, the concept is based on the essence of sound - it is an abstraction, that weightlessly floats in the air.
More information is available at The London Design Festival website - http://www.londondesignfestival.com/events/young-lithuanian-designers
Photos © Tomas Kapočius
Our first commercially available turntable - Muse 3C - was presented in TAA Taiwan International High-End Audio Show 2014, thanks to our representative in Taiwan, Supreme Audio (and Mr. Andy).
Pictures from the demo room are in the gallery below:
After three years of brainstorming, countless hours at the drawing board, days and nights of programming and piles of prototypes we can proudly present you the Muse 3C - our first commercially available turntable.
Why did it took so long? Making friction drive turntable, that could be on demand converted to belt drive (and it can be done by user himself in minutes), was really an ambitious challenge. Why did we take it? Because Muse knows no limits.
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