Laser Turntable Price Takes a Dive

Miami, Florida – March 7th, 2007 – ELP Corporation, a leading Japanese audiophile innovator, officially announces price significant reductions of up to one third of the original price on its flagship device, the Laser Turntable. Direct distribution and improved manufacturing efficiencies have enabled ELP to drastically reduce pricing, further opening up the market for this unique technology to vinyl record enthusiasts across the globe.

The Laser Turntable employs patented technology that produces phenomenal fidelity while never physically touching the record, thus eliminating the deterioration to the album’s surface inflicted by conventional turntables. The laser’s precision allows you to pick up audio information that has never been touched or damaged by a needle. This virgin audio information is then reproduced without digitization maintaining true analog sound as close as possible to when the master tape was recorded. The Laser Turntable even allows you to play records that have been severely warped or damaged over years of wear and tear. It also comes equipped with a remote control that allows you to pause and scan the record much like a CD player. These revolutionary capabilities for vinyl playback are now available for under $10,000.

Sanju Chiba, President of the ELP Corporation remarks that “This is truly momentous for analog music lovers worldwide who take great pride in their records. There is no other way to enjoy your cherished collection without risking damage to your records. In the market for turntables, high-end systems reach prices as high as $90,000. Even at that high of a price, your records are still subjected to damage inflicted by the needle, a risk that can only be avoided by using our unique laser technology.”

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About ELP Corporation
Based near Tokyo, Japan, ELP Corporation has been manufacturing the Laser Turntable since they acquired the patent rights in 1989. The company was started with the underlying philosophy that new technology shouldn’t only be used to advance new products, but also to revitalize old products that are still valuable. Since then music aficionados, professional musicians, record stores, archivists, recording studios, and libraries have enjoyed pristine sound of the Laser Turntable while keeping their collection in immaculate condition. They also recently introduced the ELP Declicker which works with any turntable to reduce clicking noise in real time without the assistance of a computer.

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