David Price gives the Titan i 5 globes in the current edition of Hifi-World but the review has me somewhat confused compared to the lab -report . Noel Keywood measure the tracking as poor by modern standards achieving only 45 um( whatever that is Serge ?) which is half of what budget designs commonly manage . NK says increasing tracking torce to 2gms improved this figure to 60 um . In fact its tracking performance is poor and will occasionly mistrack on occassions with even increasing the tracking force only moderately improving things.
Is this really good enough on a cart costing £2900 or is tracking not really that important . In all other aspects the Titan scoresvery well .