Linn Kore Sub-Chassis

£912.00 inc.VAT

Following the same design philosophy as the flagship Keel, the Kore sub-chassis and armboard is an essential upgrade step for anyone looking to improve their LP12 and bring it up to Akurate-level performance.

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Linn Kore Sub-Chassis

Strengthened by a multi-layer, box construction of 1.5mm thick aluminium, the Linn Kore sub-chassis is designed for extra rigidity and removal of unwanted damping, ensuring a more faithful reproduction of your vinyl. Three layers are bonded together using a unique Linn-specified adhesive to form an incredibly stiff structure, while keeping the weight low.

The Kore armboard is precisely machined from solid aluminium and further strengthened with ribs on the underside to provide the ultimate rigidity. This is then bonded to the sub-chassis so that the assembly mirrors the valuable properties of a single piece; as the arm collar is bolted directly to the sub-chassis, the arm has a direct connection to the bearing.

  • Aluminium subchassis
  • Machined-from-solid armboard
  • Compatible with Linn Ekos SE, Ekos, Akito, and Ittok tonearms
  • Versions also available for Rega, SME & Naim tonearms

About Linn

Linn Products is an engineering company that manufactures hi-fi and audio equipment. Founded by Ivor Tiefenbrun in Glasgow, Scotland, in 1973, the company is best known as the manufacturer of the Linn Sondek LP12 turntable.

Hi-Fi Choice reviewers voted the LP12 “the most important hi-fi component ever sold in the UK” and The Absolute Sound ranked it the second most significant turntable of all time in 2011. With its iconic success, Linn named their flagship CD player the Sondek CD12.

From 2007 Linn was one of the first audio manufacturers to introduce digital music streaming using the home network and internet. This has become the focus of the company’s strategy leading to audio systems to support digital music playback of 24bit/192 kHz studio master quality recordings using a digital stream over a home network.

Linn have a number of trademarks for their products, many of which have the characteristic “k” in place of a hard “c”. The origins of this practice have been relayed in a number of ways during Linn’s history.

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Black

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