In a few years, Johnnie Bergmann was able to impose himself on criticism and public with his turntables production
The purity and simplicity of the aesthetic lines place it rightfully in the Danish design school like Bang & Olufsen and Gryphon just to mention two examples.
On a technical and sound level the Sindre has been acclaimed by the most representative critics.
The project is based on two techniques that I adore and involve personally in terms of the future models of turntables we will produce: tangential air and arm.
The Sindre, in fact, as for example the historians Micro Seiki is based on a cushion of compressed air to allow the decoupling of the plate eliminating the axial contacts (more deleterious) and keeping only the radial one.
For a long time I was looking for a sample to test. This Sindre has gone from the factory for a general check up and looks like new in the true sense of the word. Very few light traces make it clear that it is a device already used by a first (and only) owner who has moved to the upper model that is also equipped with a disk suction system.
Once all our tests have been completed, here it is for sale.
The supplied pump, absolutely noiseless in terms of noise, supplies compressed air at about three psi for the tangential arm and the counter-plate.
The airflow settings are separate for the two devices.
The set sounds a lot, but really very well. The arm puts at ease each cartridge compatible with the mass and allows a perfect traceability.
An economically demanding but certainly definitive turntable.
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