While it doesn't make a whole lot of sense to buy vinyl records of albums that were recorded, mixed and mastered digitally, it sure is cool. Taking this observation into consideration, R.D. Silva has applied space-age, minimalist design to the age-old phonograph, and wound up with the Turnstyle record player. Thanks to what looks like parts scrapped from an air conditioner, this sucker is hotter...
One of the happier developments in recent years has been the resurgence of vinyl, having inspired many of us to fall in love with our record collections all over again. As we recently advised a Switched reader, if you're going to dive back into vinyl, you owe it to your ears and your records to do it right with a solid turntable like the Pro-Ject Debut III. A solid all-around performer right out...
Share A reader writes: "I recently helped my parents clean out their house, and, lo and behold, stumbled upon my beloved record collection, which I had assumed was long gone. So, now I need a record player. I'm not planning on becoming a wedding DJ anytime soon, but I want my Emerson, Lake and Palmer to really bump, so help make this reunion work and just tell me what to get!" Dear Reader:...
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