Pro-Ject release The Beatles 1964 turntable

Project Debut Carbon Esprit SB The Beatles 1964 RecordplayerPro-Ject Audio Systems has just announced a turntable for fans of The Beatles – The Beatles 1964 record player.

Pro-Ject has revealed their collaboration with the Universal Music Group.

The result of this partnership is six special edition turntables which will feature the greatest band of all time. The fab four – the Beatles!

The company has already introduced the George Harrison record player and are now showing the world their second limited edition turntable in the series.

Pro-Ject The Beatles 1964 record player

This TT features copies of original tickets and brochures from The Beatles’ legendary touring life between 1962 and 1966.

The fab four held 166 concerts in 15 different countries and 90 individual cities in just four years.

Project Debut Carbon Esprit SB The Beatles 1964 RecordplayerThe cultural phenomenon their touring helped create Beatlemania – something the world has never seen before and laid the foundation for the globalisation of culture.

This incredibly detailed print was very hard to realise and was only possible with special techniques. Multiple layers and surfaces are applied and then the ink is dryed out instantly with special ultra-violet lights. This process ensures perfectly displayed details and promises ultimate durability.


Pro-Ject have utilised the Debut Carbon Esprit SB for this special edition.

PJ-Debut-Carbon-Esprit-SB-The-Beatles-1964-Recordplayer-2Mred-angled-isolatedIt features highest quality audiophile components, such as an Ortofon 2M Red, an acrylic platter, a carbon tone-arm, a top notch MDF chassis and built-in electronic speed control for easier switching between playback speeds.

This Mersey beat masterpiece is limited to 2500 pieces worldwide.

Pro-Ject The Beatles 1964 price

Pro-Ject The Beatles 1964 Record player has a SRP of €650,00

Apple Corps Ltd. and Universal Music Group have released a new album that captures the joyous exuberance of the band‘s three sold-out concerts at Los Angeles‘ Hollywood Bowl in 1964 and 1965 on 180g heavy weight vinyl.*

*not included with this turntable, available separately