8 thoughts on “ What You Got - B.Sharp (2) - B. Sharp (Vinyl, LP)

  1. The EAT B-Sharp turntable is an excellent choice for people who are seriously looking to get into vinyl and are demanding something a bit better than average, without breaking the bank of course. It is a bold and refined design that provides you all the necessities and does away with the superfluous.
  2. Explore releases from the B-Sharp label. Discover what's missing in your discography and shop for B-Sharp releases.
  3. Aug 13,  · Despite shedding all 'non-essential cosmetic adornments' EAT's B-Sharp still cuts a dash in the world of plug-and-play turntable solutions. Does it sound as slick as it looks? Conditioning has, I believe, led the cynics among us to assume that 'plug 'n' play' is a sexy euphemism for 'lowest common denominator' or 'user-friendly-enough for anyone to appreciate'.
  4. Ultimately, I turned to the Yes album Fragile [Mobile Fidelity UD1S ] because 1) 'Roundabout' is one of those all-time great audiophile demo tracks with near-universal approval, 2) One-Step pressings are unfailingly quiet and 3) I had to hear how the B-Sharp handled an LP that cost 10% of the deck itself.
  5. The B-Sharp sheds all of the non-essential cosmetic adornments of the C-Major without compromising performance or mechanical integrity, providing vinyl enthusiasts with a superb playback option at a more affordable price. Free 2-Day Shipping. Price Guarantee. Hassle-Free Returns /5(7).
  6. The plinth on the B-Sharp is standard MDF, unlike the coolio carbon fiber item on the C-Major we reviewed here, along with a few other obvious corners cut, but for nearly $ less, this is an amazingly good table for anyone bit by the vinyl bug looking for an upgrade from their starter turntable.
  7. Coming soon from BE! Sharp is another box for those who enjoyed “Nasty Rockabilly” and the State box sets. This time it’s a collection of all eleven volumes of the “It’s Gonna Be Action Packed” album series – tracks including 16 bonus songs.
  8. The renaissance of vinyl marches onward with the new European Audio Team (EAT) B-Sharp turntable. The B-Sharp debuted in April and is the results of being a trickle down version of EAT's more expensive turntable called the C-Major. At the very same hour the B-Sharp arrived at my door I found a full page photo of the B-Sharp turntable online.

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