Vinyl record enthusiasts who are also fans of heavy metal band Metallica will be thrilled to know that Metallica has joined turntable maker, Pro-Ject Artist Series turntable. Like The Beatles Yellow Submarine turntable, the Pro-Ject Artist Series Metallica Turntable has an unusual base.
If you are down for a conversational turntable and if money is no object, then you may want to check out the MINIOT Wheel 2 Turntable. If Wheel sounds familiar to you, that’s because it is the second-generation round turntable from the Dutch company MINIOT.
How serious are you about vinyl sound? If you are ultra-serious (and super-rich), you’d probably be cool with dropping, say, US$20,000, for a super high-end record player and if so, I am guessing 9,000 bucks phono cartridge would sound like a fair price. OK. Maybe not. And no, the price isn’t a typo. The Audio-Technica …
What better way to commemorate Audio-Technica’s 60th anniversary than to bring back one of its original debuts like the portable turntable, Sound Burger? The Japanese audio equipment announced the release of the limited-edition Sound Burger portable turntable this past November which was first released 40 years ago. The response was overwhelming and the Audio-Technica AT-SB2022 …
Last year, Audio-Technica celebrated its 60th anniversary with a bunch of high-end products. The Audio-Technica AT-LP2022 Fully Manual Belt-drive Turntable you see here is one of them.
Ever wanted to cut your own vinyl record, or at least do a, well, mixed record? If so, the Teenage Engineering PO-08 Factory Record Kit is the gadget that will let you do just that.
If you are in the market for a premium-class turntable that won’t break the bank, then you may want to check out the new Technics SL-100C Direct Drive Turntable. It is a slightly affordable sibling of the multiple award-winning SL-1500C turntable.
IKEA is more than a flat-pack furniture brand. In fact, that isn’t news anymore. The only question now is, “what’s next?” Well, next is this: the IKEA x Swedish House Mafia Record Player.
What are the odds that anyone still has 78 revolutions per minute vinyl records in their collection? You probably find it hard to locate a modern turntable to even plays them. However, if you are in the market for a vinyl spinner that plays 78 RPM records, well, Audio-Technica AT-LP5X Direct Drive Turntable is up …
What are the odds to find a person who enjoy a glass of wine while listening to their favorite vinyls? If you are one of them, well, then the Penfolds Grange 70th Anniversary Record Player Console should be right up your alley.