If you’re part of the vinyl revival, or love backing sweet crowdfunding projects, you need to check out Logigram. It’s a premium turntable, entirely manual, and thanks to its sweet modern aesthetic, transmits pleasant vibes even when turned off.
Logigram works as a plug-and-play turntable, capable of both 33 and 45 rpm. It’s made of very few components, resulting in a simple, minimal design. Although it’s unique diagonal shape across the base is what sets this turntable apart from the rest. The base incorporates a reinforcing layer of composite material. This material creates an anti-resonant barrier between the tonearm/cartridge axis and the motor improving the audio quality.
The Logigram turntable comes from Defoss, a group of international architects and designers creating exciting furniture, objects and environments. The group is funding their turntable through the crowdfunding site Indigogo and offering a special early bird price on the base model. It comes with a glossy black finish, a black felt slipmat and a 3D-printed tonearm. You can lock the base model in for USD $475. That’s a saving of 27% on the eventual retail price.
Alternatively, the Premium and Ultimate editions are upgraded with a wooden base, a cork slipmat and other premium materials. The Indigogo run is limited to several hundred units, so each turntable is fitted with a limited edition identification plate on the bottom, containing its unique serial number. Logigram turntables are backed by a 2 year warranty and are expected to ship out March 2019.
Try pairing a Logigram turntable with Fluance Ai40 2.0 active bookshelf speakers.