Koetsu Wraps Bamboo Around Turntable
The Montegiro Legno Turntable puts a new, woody spin on an audiophile favorite.
Montegiro Legno Turntable
The Montegiro Legno Turntable is on display this week at CES 2009.
January 09, 2009 by Rachel Cericola

If you are looking to put a new spin on an old favorite, Koetsu USA wants to show you its Montegiro Legno Turntable.

This unit packs German engineering with an island enclosure—thanks to a bamboo-clad chassis. Don’t expect something out of “Gilligan’s Island” with this one. This unit combines wood and high-grade steel to produce a bold, full sound from your old vinyl collection.

The company says that the bamboo stabilizes and has “resonance damping properties.” All of that sits atop four steel feet, which are embedded by O-rings.

Legno’s tonearm is optional. You can select a unit from Da Vinci Audio Labs, SME Ltd. or Jelco, but it comes with a Koetsu cartridge.

Adding wood into your audio mix isn’t cheap. The Montegiro Legno Turntable is available now for $13,240. Also, the tonearm will cost you extra.

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Rachel Cericola - Contributing Writer
Over the past 15 years, Rachel Cericola has covered entertainment, web and technology trends. Check her out at www.rachelcericola.com.

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