Here's where you can snag that chic turntable featured on Westworld.
Fans of HBO's Westworld may have noticed a particularly stylish turntable during the opening shot of last night's episode, "The Riddle of the Sphinx," spinning the Rolling Stone's "Play with Fire."
And it turns out viewers don't have to be the head of Delos to buy the player for themselves.
The device in question is the Pro-Ject RPM 3 Carbon and it retails for $999. Models are available in Black Piano, Red, or as featured on Westworld, an elegant white finish. The turntable features a low resonance chassis containing an inverted platter bearing with ceramic ball; an outboard 15V AC motor; and a 10" composite S-shaped tonearm made from carbon fiber, aluminium and resin -- blending high-performance sound with a distinct, fashionable aesthetic.
Here's a full rundown of specs per Pro-Ject:
Sumiko Blue Point NO.2
33 / 45 rpm
Motor Completely Decoupled
RCA Phono Jacks
S Shaped Tonearm
Pro-Ject 10S (carbon, aluminum armtube)
Effective Tonearm Length
Effective Tonearm Mass
0 - 2.5 grams
33: +/- 0.19% I 45: +/- 0.08%
Wow & Flutter
33: +/- 0.14% I 45: +/- 0.11%
Outboard Power Supply
17.6 x 4.65 x 14.7 in., 447 x 118 x 373mm
HBO's Westworld is currently airing its second season. The show is based on the 1973 film of the same name written and directed by Michael Crichton. Jonathan Nolan and Lisa Joy serve as the showrunners on the reimagining, and the season two cast includes Evan Rachel Wood, Jeffrey Wright, Ed Harris, Thandie Newton, James Marsden, Luke Hemsworth, Tessa Thompson, Jimmi Simpson, Talulah Riley, Rodrigo Santoro, Angela Sarafyan, and Simon Quarterman.