Pro-Ject's T2 W turntable taps into the latest dual-band Wi-Fi technology to enable high-resolution audio streaming, rather than Bluetooth

Pro-Ject's T2 W turntable ships with a "super shielded, semi-symmetrical, low-capacitance phono cable" for direct connection to a hi-fi amplifier over RCA

Pro-Ject is shipping the T2 W to dealers this month, where it will be available in black, white or walnut finish for a suggested retail price of €999 (about US$1,090).

The platter rests atop a newly designed sub-platter mounted to a 0.001-mm main bearing with a hardened steel axle and brass bushing, AC motor for 33 or 45 rpm playback speeds.

Streaming chops aside, the turntable features a larger CNC-machines plinth than its T-series siblings, and sits on vibration-killing feet.

A belt-driven 10-mm-thick (0.4-in) glass platter weighs in at 1.7 kg (3.75 lb) and "effectively eliminates the shortcomings associated with plastic or lightweight steel alternatives" for "zero resonance."