How a Stylus Works
Stylus reproduces Analog Music by making contact with a vinyl record. As you may know, sound quality is different if we change either the cartridge or the stylus. Because of contact, it is impossible for any kind of stylus to reproduce analog music without any distortion.
Because there is no contact, the laser reproduces without any distortion.
The laser picks up all of the audio signals in the groove, lower signal through higher as it is.
This results in laser sound quality that is quite similar to the original sound in the recording’s master tape. Most of people never get to hear the master tapes, but with the Laser Turntable, you get comparable quality, as acknowledged by Professional Sound Recording Engineers in Japan.
No Contact and No Wear
The same audio information has been engraved on the groove wall from the top through the bottom. A stylus reads audio information close to the bottom. The laser reads audio information close to the top. Namely the laser reads audio information which never been read by a stylus, without any contact and without any digitization or audio compression.
Buy yourself one for the low low starting price of just $14,000 @ elpj.com