Dooleys HiFi are a Pro-Ject Centre of Excellence and are now able to offer the full range of project turntables to all their customers.
Pro-Ject Audio Systems is currently one of the world's leading suppliers of record players, with a range of models designed to satisfy all levels of expectation and budget. In many countries of the world customers can rely on competent service and support from Pro-Ject distributors well versed in analogue record reproduction technology. Pro-Ject products exhibit sonic performance beyond all expectations normally associated with their price. They are simple to use, maintenance free and will function reliably a lifetime long. They also offer extraordinary value for money.
The Pro-ject range of turntables starts with the affordable Primary Range from £149. The Elemental Range and the Essential Range from £239.
Higher specification turntables start with the Award Winning Debut range of turntables, from £299 up to £599. We now cover the full range of ProJect turntables all including the flagship ProJect Signature at £7500 without cartridge.
Pro-Ject have added the VCS record cleaning machine to the product range. This is a product that all true vinyl enthusiasts should be considering in the fight to keep their LP collection clean and free from static. Not only can you clean 12”” LP’s - Pro-Ject have now announced that they are launching a 7” cleaning kit for the VCS.
For the past 175 years, the Vienna Philharmonic has been inseparably linked with European musical traditions, from the classical to the contemporary. Their performances have gone down in musical history, several masterpieces have been written and they are considered one of the finest orchestras in the world. So to mark this occasion, Pro-Ject Audio Systems have designed the Vienna Philharmonic Record player, based on the multi award winning model 'The Classic' and fashioned from materials found in musical instruments. The wooden chassis and the finish correspond to a violin, the metal chassis is based on brass instruments, the finger lift comes from a clarinet flap and even the on switch/speed changer comes from a flute button.