What you see here is a limited-edition collaboration model Red Bull BC One DJ turntable, SL-1200/1210MK7R, from Technics. The Technics Red Bull BC One Limited Edition is designed as a homage to all break-dancers of Red Bull BC One competition.
A proper turntable setup requires at least a vinyl record player, an amplifier and a set of speakers. But what if you don’t have a space for those? Well then, the HYM Seed Belt Drive Bluetooth Turntable could be the answer. It is a brilliant all-in-one solution that will also have your streaming audio covered […]
Bang & Olufsen is bringing its classic turntable back in the most unadulterated way possible. The high audio equipment maker has recently announced that it is bringing back its classic 1970s turntable as part of its 95th anniversary celebration.
Meet the Technics SL-1210GAE 55th Anniversary Turntable, a turntable released to mark the brand’s 55 years in business. This special model is based on the Grand Class SL-1200G and boasts a full black color scheme and it is made in Japan with “a significant level of hand-made processes.”
After seeing the Shinola Limited Edition Smokey Robinson Turntable, I bet you will feel like this see-through Gearbox MkII Automatic Turntable is a bargain. But more on the price in a bit. We cannot attest for the sound, but one thing for sure, this speaks volume when it comes to geekiness. No?
In Detroit, Michigan-based lifestyle brand/watchmaker Shinola’s latest great Americans series, the brand celebrates the living Motown legend Smokey Robinson with a series of limited edition products. Among them is this: Shinola Limited Edition Smokey Robinson Turntable.
There are turntables that let you turn music on vinyl records into digital files, but why not the other way round, you ask? Well, you actually can with the Phonocut Home Vinyl Recorder.
This is a sustainable turntable from, not surprisingly, The House of Marley, the audio equipment company that is no stranger in making sustainable audio products (and looking awesome while doing so).
Wireless turntable is clearly not the newest news, but what JAM Audio has to offer is something most people can afford while not skimping on features. And how much are we talking about? Well, the JAM Audio Spun Out Wireless Turntable, as it is called, costs just $99.99.
You can find turntable from many brands, across a broad range of price point, but there’s nothing like one that screams vinyl rules than one that has the era-appropriate artist on it. Yes. You heard that right. Artists-branded turntable is a thing and it may very be the best thing to ever happen to turntable […]