Roy Gregory review of Stabi M, 4Point and CAR 50 in Dec issue of HIFI + appears on 6 pages:
Few remarks from review:
"It comes from the unbelievable solidity of its construction,its size, its sheer practicality and its absolute operational and physical stability....the Stabi M's look is all business."
"Even reviewers ( who generally can't face the same way when asked to) agreed that the 4Point was one of, if not the finest pivoted arm ever made."
"The latest Kuzma arm delivers a sense of musical purpose, presence and dynamic authority that sets new standards...."
"....the end result forms the heart of Stabi M, built into one of the heaviest integrated plinth systems I've ever encountered. Of course, mass alone isn't necessarily the answer, or even a good thing. You have to use it intelligently and for all its imposing bulk, the Stabi M is nothing if not clever."
"That physical stability is key to the drive system, a belt drive that compares favorably with the latest slew of direct drives when it comes to speed stability."
"it's not hard to understand why this is a deck that would be perfectly at home in a professional/ studio environment."
"This level of genuine neutrality and the musical versatility and insight it offers is both rare and reminiscent of the stable clarity that comes from master tape-just without the sterile quality that tape delivers too."
SEE REVIEW: HIFI+ STABI M+4POINT+CAR 50 DEC 2014