VPI Industries | Made in USA
All VPI products are built in the United States, in Cliffwood, New Jersey, using American made parts and labor.
Founded by Sheila and Harry Weisfeld, the company manufactures high-end turntables and accessories. They introduced their first turntable, and a turntable isolation base, in 1978.
A traditional American manufacturer, they source American made components wherever possible, even if they add more to the cost of production than foreign components would.
Only the tonearm lifters of the JMW tonearms are purchased abroad, as they are not made by any American manufacturer.
These wonderfully-crafted turntables are available at approximately 100 US dealers and in more than 65 countries overseas. We invite you to hear them for yourself in Command Performance AV’s comfortable, pressure-free listening rooms. We look forward to seeing you!
The Avenger chassis is three layers of bonded acrylic/aluminum/acrylic, with damping material between layers, locked in by 3 isolation steel corner posts, 3 bolts, and the massive bearing assembly. The corner posts, which hold the tonearms (up to three will fit), have adjustable machined knobs giving the user the ability to easily raise and lower the height to level the table. The corner posts connect to the cone stabilizers which sit in a machined Delrin/ball bearing isolation base reminiscent of the same used on the Prime turntable. Fully adjustable armboards are made from 5/5” 6061 aluminum for rigidity and grounding. The ‘table can mount up to three arms, any manufacture’s brand, and any length!