Audio Origami in 2014

2014 has arrived and everyone at “Audio Origami” are now gearing up to make this year even more successful than 2013 was.

We have a lot of  things happening such as new products, a range of incredible new services and of course, our new web site that will be keeping everyone up to date on what is happening at AO HQ.

We love to hear from each and every one of you, so please take some time to comment on our new web site, or drop us an email and we’ll get back to you ASAP.

We would like to say “THANK YOU” to everyone out there who has made “Audio Origami” so successful through the years, and we hope you find all our new stuff that is coming in 2014 to be of interest.


Posted in Message from J7.


  1. An enquiry. I currently use a Linn Ekos mark 1 (I think) ,red dot ,SN 2115. As far as I can tell bearings are fine.Am I right in thinking that a full re-wire would be beneficial? However seeing as I could make around £600 selling ,do you think one of your arms would be superior?

    • hi M
      yes the pu7 would be a big upgrade and with a trade in on your ittok the cost would fall down to about £1400 …

      but a cardas rewire and super ofc eternal upgrade cables to your own ittok would make a massive upgrade as well at a much cheaper cost of about £260

      hope that helps


  2. hi M

    yes a cardas internal rewire with the AO super ofc external cable would be a low cost upgrade and would add some value to the s/h price…and yes in the long run i would recommend getting a pu7 demo in home if possible

  3. Hi Johnnie. Thanks for the very thorough you tube video on PU7 setup. Your expertise is much appreciated. Regards, Mike from Canada.

  4. Dear Sir I am using a 9″ pu3 together with an SPU Gold Ref on a Sonografe turntable( Conrad Johnson ) I am contemplating purchessing a 12″ pu7 what turntable would you Recoment what specficks for the arm with the SPU GoldRefference
    Kindly Niels WP Denmark

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