After a year and a half of design and testing, we are excited to announce the release of our brand new tonearm! In this post, we discuss our new gimbal bearing design, heavier counterweight, internal anti-skate, and improved tonearm geometry.
Cratedigging is one of our favorite pastimes. But some record stores are brimming with warped, scratched, and dirty vinyl that you should steer clear of. Here are some things to look for the next time you are considering purchasing a used record.
Tower or bookshelf? Powered or passive? In this guest post, SVS Sound goes over some speaker basics and frequently asked questions.
When it comes to sound quality, choosing the right phono cartridge for your turntable is very important. We discuss how phono cartridges work and the differences between the cartridges we offer on our turntables.
We profile three brand new, American-made solutions for storing, displaying, and organizing your record collection. Giveaway inside!
Pat is U-Turn's longest tenured assembly technician. We talk to Pat about building turntables, working with his brothers, and his love of all things Rush.
Turntable setups come in all shapes and sizes. One of the coolest things about working at U-Turn is helping folks put together their perfect setup and then seeing it become a reality. We combed through Instagram to share some of these setups with you.
We build all of our turntables in Woburn, MA - a small city just north of Boston. Here is a glimpse of what goes into building an Orbit.
Upgrading your cartridge is a great way to take your turntable's performance to the next level. Here is a quick guide to get you started.
Powered speakers are a simple, cost-efficient way to hook up a turntable. Here are some of our favorites.
Matt Sucich is an NYC-based singer/songwriter with a country-rock twang. We teamed up with our friends at Play Too Much to bring you this exclusive live session.