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Gold Note VALORE 425 TURNTABLE

An Italian-designed mid-priced turntable, Paul Rigby inspects the sound and the quirks of this intriguing design

ACRYLIC/ITALIAN WALNUT £1,445 OR BLACK LACQUER £1,264 01420 544140

The Valore offers a lively performance, but never fails to pick out essential detail

This belt-driven turntable from Maurizio Aterini’s Italian hi-fi brand weighs in at a healthy 9kg and arrives in a selection of finishes. In fact, as I was writing this review, I learnt that Gold Note is also now planning to bring out a “975 silver foil” finish for the Valore 925, which will give the plinth additional shine.

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