Since the early 1980’s Garrott Brothers have shown that recorded music can be reproduced with all of the drama, listener involvement and character of an actually live performance.
The perception has been developed to a high degree over a number of years, resulting in the acclaimed Garrott Decca cartridges that even now retain a strong following among audio enthusiasts.
It has been a Garrott ambition to capture this level of sonic faithfulness to the spirit of the performance and to make it available in a more convenient form. The benefits resulting from the Garrott innovations could then be enjoyed by a wider and less technically motivated audience.
Superior fidelity to the original performance has previously been available only to those prepared to live on a ‘knife-edge’ coping with the issues of arm/cartridge compatibility, minute setup detail, managing hum and noise minimalisation, erratic groove tracking and the effects of changing environmental conditions.