Linn Radikal Power Supply – Klimax Enclosure (Machined)
With the Linn Radikal Power Supply you’ll experience even more of your music, in perfect pitch, thanks to a digitally managed motor control, and the latest, precision-engineered motor technology. It’s this harmonious partnership of mechanical and electrical engineering which results in new Radikal’s peerless, hyper-accurate rotation.
The improved board design at the heart of new Radikal incorporates whisper-quiet power supply rails, coupled with the use of smaller, more modern components – yielding our all-time lowest noise floor. These quieter, regulated supply rails not only provide impeccably pure power to the motor, but have the added halo effect of making our Urika phono stages sound even better.
Radikal’s cutting-edge motor design generates negligible electromagnetic interference, effectively eliminating it as a source of distortion. To make things mechanically quieter than ever, an all-new acoustic housing decouples the motor from the deck more effectively. The motor itself features smaller, lower-noise components, making everything electrically quieter than ever too.
New Radikal is available in a machined enclosure (anodised either black or silver) or a standard enclosure (powder painted black or silver).
- External power supply for LP12 and Urika internal phono stages
- Brushed DC motor
- Speed management system checks and adjusts speed on every rotation
- Dual speed: 33⅓/45 rpm
- Whisper-quiet supply rails provide impeccably pure power to DC motor
Linn’s aim is simple. They want to bring you closer to the music you love, to feel every note, to experience your music with a clarity and power unlike anything you’ve ever heard. The philosophy is simple too. They don’t make anything unless it’s better than what’s available elsewhere. For us, “good enough” isn’t good enough.
Linn have even set up our own award-winning record label to better understand the recording process: the same people who record the music so wonderfully help design their systems too. They go to extremes to pursue musical perfection.
When you hear the results, you’ll understand why.