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.
"The Laser Turntable employs patented technology that produces phenomenal fidelity while never physically touching the record, thus eliminating the deterioration to the album's surface inflicted by conventional turntables. The laser's precision allows you to pick up audio information that has never been touched or damaged by a needle. This virgin audio information is then reproduced without digitization maintaining true analog sound as close as possible to when the master tape was recorded. The Laser Turntable even allows you to play records that have been severely warped or damaged over years of wear and tear." - EIP
Nothing Touches Your Vinyl Buy Light
1. Vinyl Preservation - The EIP Laser Turntable offers a disruptive innovation opportunity by providing a way to play vinyl records without physically touching them, preserving their quality and lifespan.
2. Fidelity Enhancement - The Laser Turntable's patented technology allows for superior audio fidelity by picking up untouched audio information from the record, providing an opportunity for companies to develop high-quality audio playback systems.
3. Damaged Record Recovery - With the ability to play severely warped or damaged vinyl records, the Laser Turntable offers an opportunity for the development of technologies or services focused on preserving and restoring damaged media.
1. Audio Equipment Manufacturing - Audio equipment manufacturers can explore disruptive innovation opportunities by incorporating laser-based technology in turntables to enhance audio fidelity and provide new preservation options for vinyl records.
2. Media Restoration and Preservation - The Laser Turntable creates an opportunity for companies specializing in media restoration and preservation to develop solutions for recovering and digitally preserving damaged vinyl records.
3. Archival Storage Solutions - Companies in the archival storage industry can capitalize on the Laser Turntable's ability to play damaged records by offering customized storage solutions for preserving and protecting valuable vinyl collections.