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Elysia's Audio Hardware Modules Are Made From Recycled Vinyl Records

 - Feb 11, 2016
References: elysia & gizmag
There's something very glamorous about vinyl but not a whole lot glamorous about audio gear hardware modules, even though they are in fact the meat of any solid and desirable audio-playing system. This is why German professional audio gear manufacturer Elysia went about giving its 500 series hardware modules some love, by forging the front panels of each product from recycled vinyl records.

Elysia's Vinyl Allstars panels feature a special groove pattern that is based on the vinyl records they were crafted together from. The vinyl is protected by a special sepia acrylic layer, ensuring you don't need to worry about scratches. The unique appearance of the products is boosted by the offering of matching head screws.

These hardware modules offer Elysia's reliable performance in addition to a unique aesthetic that will appeal to true audio gear junkies.