Elipson Omega 100 RIAA BT review

While much of the rest of the world appears to be regressing to the rather unsavoury ideologies of a century or two ago, it is somewhat refreshing to see Elipson acting a little more progressively by nudging the turntable towards the 21st century.

The Omega 100 RIAA BT, which admittedly sounds like something a dentist would witter to his assistant as he rummages around in your mouth, adds a phono stage, USB output and Bluetooth to your trusty record player without dispensing with the company’s traditional aesthetic chic.

Features and build

It wouldn’t be the first time a hi-fi manufacturer has tacked on a lucky dip of unnecessary extras to its product in lieu of bettering its sonic performance – short of a tin opener Sellotaped to a pair of floorstanders, we’ve seen a lot of, if not all, conceivable permutations.

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