The conceptual 'oTon' vinyl player is a high-end piece of equipment that aims to put records on display as they're played to transform them into a focal point from a both an audio and visual perspective. Designed by Louis Berger, the record player holds the LP discs in a vertical orientation, which allows the artwork on the middle section to be visible for listeners to admire. The translucent design also puts the technological components of the system on display and can be used with the built-in speaker or relayed wirelessly to a nearby speaker.
The conceptual 'oTon' vinyl player is also designed for audio ripping to let audiophiles digitize their favorite tracks for mobile listening and to keep a backup of the medium.
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