Valerie Hebel's Keep On Turnin’ Bridges Digital and Analog Audio

By: Meghan Young - Published: Jun 21, 2012 • References: & fastcodesign
The Keep On Turnin’ sound system spans over various eras, at least when it comes to technological advancements in music. It is a unique audiophile accessory that plays everything from retro vinyls to contemporary iPods. Equipped with a record player, CD player and iPod dock, this sound system effectively bridges the gap between digital and analog in a clean and minimalist sort of way.

Conceived by Aachen-based designer Valerie Hebel, the Keep On Turnin’ sound system is predominantly made out of unvarnished wood. It also sports a yellow metal shelf that hides the whichever system isn't in use to yield little visual clutter. Finished with minimalist control knobs and white square speakers, the Keep On Turnin’ sound system could be mistaken for a basic table. Stats for Era-Spanning Sound Systems Trending: Older & Average
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