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Turntables? We've seen a few: big and small, professional and decidedly amateur, but nothing quite like the Turnstyle. The idea here is to be \"as simple as it gets,\" the bare minimum elements required to spin and read the record and play back the audio. This is what designer R.D. Silva came up with

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Designer Rhea Jeong's Void LP player seems devoid of reality, but it was inspired by the very real and very cute \"Vinyl Killer,\" a little VW Bus that can propel itself around a record and play the tunes with its tinny speaker, naturally wearing out the precious LP in the process. The Void LP takes

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It's been a hot minute since Teac introduced its first tabletop vinyl-to-CD sound machine, but the retrofied device is getting an appreciated upgrade in the GF-650. This unit touts an AM / FM radio, auxiliary input jack, wireless remote, CD player, and of course, a record player. As expected, users

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Behold the Clearaudio Statement. If you listen carefully you can hear the sighs of a thousand audiophiles at the sight of this incredibly excessive record player. The $125,000, 770-pound unit -- based around the same motor that they used in the Mars Rover -- turns a platter to such exacting speci

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