Sharing the 1″ milled aluminum Cosmos subchassis is the Sota Millennia, an open-chassis turntable that sits at the top of Sota’s line. It has a unique visco-elastic suspension, using layers of different rubber polymers to isolate the plinth from environmental noise. It’s also the only table in the Sota line to feature a stand-alone motor housing.
And now, after over two decades of award-winning performance, the Millennia comes standard with the Total Eclipse electronics package from Phoenix Engineering, giving speed control that is truly worthy of a top-of-the-line turntable.
What People Are Saying:
“Brian came by on Wednesday evening and we unboxed and set the Millennia up, checked and made adjustments to the arm and cartridge settings and settled in with a good beer to listen. I did not go to sleep that night, listened all night and went to work at 5:00 the next morning!
I’ve had a couple of days, and some sleep, to get used to the new/old Millennia.
My system is the culmination of many years, started my first system in the late 50s and began crafting this one in 2000. It had, to my belief, reached the point of diminishing returns, i.e. spend something like $10k, get a small but, appreciated improvement. This upgrade cost well under $5k, the improvement has been at least an order of magnitude better!
Hats off to Donna and Christan for turning the oldest Millennia ever made, into an all-new, topflight performer. Thank You.”
Pacha K., Albuquerque, NM., August, 2019
SOTA turntables have a lifetime trade-in value, your investment in SOTA will never become outdated or obsolete. In twenty years you may want the new SOTA and you can trade in your old model.