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Being a staple in the VPI product line, it was time for a facelift for the VPI Aries Turntable! 


Customers requested an option for a 12 inch 3D printed arm but with a reasonable footprint. The Aries 3D includes a Classic aluminium platter, periphery ring clamp, HR-X center weight, HR-X mini feet, and Classic 3D extended (12 inch) tonearm.


Available to order now at $14,995 (table and arm).



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