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Linn News: Introducing Krystal & Upgrade Offers


Posted: 01 Feb 2016 03:06 AM PST
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The wait is over. After two years in the making, we are delighted to announce the launch of Krystal, our latest moving coil cartridge. 
Capturing even more detail from the record groove that its predecessor, Klyde, Krystal has been inspired by the design principles of our flagship Kandid cartridge.
Upgrade your cartridge to Krystal and you’ll hear a more musical performance from all your favourite records.


To celebrate the launch we’re offering two fantastic ways for you to upgrade:

Trade Up to Krystal
If you own a Linn cartridge, simply trade it in to your local Linn Specialist and receive Krystal at a preferential price.  This offer includes the following Linn cartridges: Klyde, Asaka, Karma, Troika, Arkiv, Akiva.*

Take Your Upgrade Even Further
Purchase Krystal before the end of February and qualify for a 15% discount on a second upgrade for your LP12.* This discount applies to all our LP12 components, so whether you pair your Krystal with a Kore sub-chassis or a Uphorik phono stage, it’s the ideal time to upgrade your turntable.
Book a personal listening session with Peoples & Schmidt and hear Krystal for yourself. martin@peoplesandschmidt.com Tel: 0760071281

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