Brookline roommates Bob Hertig and Peter Maltzan were in the market for a new but affordable turntable for their extensive vinyl record collection but couldn’t find what they were looking for. The two Lexington High School grads joined with Ben Carter, another former classmate, to invent a turntable that eliminates a lot of the newer features commonly offered in favor of putting more money into sound quality. Northeastern University gave them seed money to help develop a prototype.
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