Hartvig TT Signature gramophone

World premiere: Hartvig TT Signature gramophone

Hartvig Audio presents a new high end gramophone handcrafted in Denmark at the HIGH END in Munich 2012. The Hartvig TT Signature brings recorded music alive – it is pure sound with soul.

After many years of passion for hi-fi, Danish Soeren Hartvig set his heart on building a first quality gramophone. "I dreamed about a turntable which would bring recorded music alive in my own living room."

The Hartvig TT Signature ensures an incredible reproduction of sound and distinguishes itself from the digital media as the analog sound is both smooth and reproduces the music down to the last detail.

Soeren Hartvig had a clear vision of the gramophone and began the development of his first quality product. "I wanted to build a beautiful turntable – timeless and pure styled in its design."

After three years of testing all kinds of materials in various constructions and after having spent countless hours of listening to the quality of the sound, the Hartvig TT Signature was finally born.

To optimize the sound even further, Soeren Hartvig also developed a battery supply for the gramophone. "Playing by means of a battery perfects the reproduction of the sound of the instruments and the vocal and creates a pitch-black background," Soeren Hartvig explains. 

Together the TT Signature and the Battery Supply ensure the first quality sound and raise the analog medium to yet another level.

Handcrafted in Denmark

All products are designed, developed and handcrafted in Denmark of the best materials. "It is extremely important for me to build a quality turntable with longevity," Soeren Hartvig guarantees.

Hartvig Audio's new gramophone is the absolute benchmark in its class. "The Hartvig TT Signature is pure sound with soul!" states Soeren Hartvig.

Want to learn more?

Contact Soeren Hartvig on the telephone +45 40 59 18 23 or visit www.hartvigaudio.com.

Meet Soeren Hartvig and experience the Hartvig TT Signature live at the HIGH END in Munich (2012, may 3rd to 6th) in room F120.