US +Audio brand makes uK debut with featured packed vinyl all-in-one music system

posted on Wednesday, 22nd November 2017 by Steve May

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Henley Audio has launched the new US +Audio brand in the UK, with an all-in-one, Bluetooth-equipped record playing music system and premium DAB radio offering.

The +Record player system offers an instant-in for vinyl fans, but unlike many retro-styled all-in-ones, it boasts audiophile attributes, namely a Pro-Ject tonearm and Ortofon cartridge. In addition to vinyl record playing, there’s Bluetooth support, plus a digital optical and analogue audio input. A USB connection also allows records to be archived as files.

Designed by industry veteran Bob Hazlewood, the +Record Player also offers a ‘Wide’ mode, to expand the soundstage. 

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Available in five finishes (cherry, oak, rosewood, walnut, and white), the brand’s incoming +Radio DAB shares a similar aesthetic, but also offers FM and Bluetooth. There’s also an aux-in for wired connections. A remote control magnetically attaches to the side of the radio’s cabinet.

The company is also offering a stereo iteration. The+Radio DAB Stereo package adds a stereo speaker to the DAB radio. The +Audio +Radio DAB retail for £225, while the stereo version priced at £335. The all-in-one +Record player sells for £799.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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