Implications - While most designers are focused on innovating micro-media players based on MP3 format, other designers are trying to bring back the phonograph. Reviving retro technology appeals to the aging, affluent boomer demographic who enjoy spending money on gadgets that help them relive their youth.
How much more stuff can be attached to an iPod? I half expect to read any day now that an iPod can launch a rocket into space. Can it? Can it?
The Sergio iPod turntable and mixer comes with two iPod… [More]
Hey DJ, you like your vinyl records but don't like the fact that you're killing them? The new EIP Laser Turntable plays records without touching them... The catch: a $15,000 price tag.
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Japan's KDDI AU Design Project designed this innovative new phone dubbed the "Box to Play". The phone can transform from a normal-looking cellphone to a box with a graphic music interface.
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Layers of aluminum and black acrylic come together to create the Lusso, a super-stylish turntable. A what, you say? A turntable… record player ...LP spinner! It’s time to go to the attic or the basement… [More]
Of all the hundreds of USB gizmos, this is my favorite. A plug and play USB turntable. I know Iâ€™m not the only one that has a few 45â€™s and LPâ€™s in the back of the closet. I am? Well anyway. This… [More]
Thorens, a Swiss manufacturer of high-end audio equipment, are well known for their awesome turntables. Their newest turntable, the Jubilee, commemorates 125 years of the Thorens name. Weighing in at 58kg… [More]