This Technics Turntable is a 1970s Nod Served Up With a 7kg of Brass Platter

 - Sep 4, 2017
References: technics & design-milk
The vinyl industry has been well and truly kept alive between Millennial and Boomer record enthusiasts, making room in the market for an new generation of Technics turntables. The admired SP-10R model from 1970 has undergone a 21st century update, fit for an ample audience of music lovers with the cash to spend on a luxurious piece.

You'll find a striking brass accent composing the platter of the record player, making it a magnificent-looking two-tone metal piece that suits whichever room in which you position it. Specs-wise, the promise is compatibility with its ancestral models and now boasts a direct-drive motor that's cordless and the smoothest sound output possible. It's a shining example of how some products never go out of fashion, maintaining loyal consumers over decades, who can be willing to pay high prices for refined nostalgia.