Also making its debut at CES is the creme de la creme of turntables for all the audiophiles out there. While others are hocking their digital music and HDTV solutions, Angelis Labor will be unveiling the Gabriel Turntable. Built in an Italian Ferrari factory, the turntable carries a hefty price tag of $27,000 to $64,000. It can be customized with up to four arms to maximize vinyl listening. The magnetic suspension record player is built with overlapping bronze over aluminum.
The Gabriel comprises three parts: the table and base for one to four arms, the 13-inch arm and the cartridge. As iPod accessories and other digital gizmos become the norm at CES, Angelis Labor is breaking the mold and kicking it old school with this product, which is sure to stand out.