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Vintage Record Players
Vintage Record Players
Vinyl of course, has a very rich history. We love to talk about the nostalgics of turntables and vinyl.
Place your Record Player
If you own a record player, you probably want it to stand out in your room. We have some great suggestions to do so.
You Want A Vintage Record Player
You do care for style and thereby you love some nostalgia. Probably everything around you is carbon or polyester and clinically designed. But you would like to stand out, right? A vintage turntable does have that nostalgic look and will for sure bring character along...
Review: Electrohome Wellington 4-in-1 Nostalgia
I do like: The looks, the decent quality wooden cave, the high end sound quality, all the ports and options to connect to other electronics. What could be better: The FM radio has sometimes some low quality receiving when the player is not placed correctly What does...
Some Iconic Albums on Vinyl
With modern music being brought to us by MP3, Spotify or YouTube, there is less room for nostalgia and emotions. Although sound quality is superb and these carriers are really practical, music is not only about those things. Especially with music the emotion, thoughts...
Review: Studebaker SB6052 Wooden Turntable!
Pro's: An absolute beginner-beauty if you want to be more in touch with the world of Vinyl and built a collection for your own, or start with your parents attic stock. It is very easy to handle and set-up. "Remove packaging - plug in - remove needle cover - put on...
How to store your vinyl records
Your collection needs a home When you own a nice collection of albums, you want to store your vinyl in a decent way. Protecting the records from sun or toppled drinks and holding the collection in on place are reasons for storage. But almost as important is vintage...
We review the TEAC TN-300!
Who is Teac? Based in Japan, the Tokyo Electro Acoustic Company, or TEAC, was founded in the late 1950’s. On their payroll was Katsuma Tani, who had a career as an engineer in aviation and aeronautics. With his knowledge he would built a reputation for TEAC as a...
Record store Day 2015
Well, RSD 2015 was Epic! For the ones who do not know Record Store Day; it is the day that we celebrate the independent record stores, the third Saturday of April. Each year this day is graced by new releases. So this day is a biggie for vinyl collectors. After the...
We review the Electrohome Winston Vinyl Record Player!
About Electrohome In 1907 Arthur Bell Pollock won a coin flip with his wife. The result was the start up of Pollock Manufacturing Co. Ltd., a company that produced the first phonographs in Canada. This was he foundation of what later would become Dominon Electrohome...
Review: The Electrohome Winston Vinyl Record Player
Pro’s: The best feature this beauty has to offer is definitely it's retro design cabinet made of real wood veneer. It is Capable of playing Vinyl records and CD’s, receives AM/FM Radio and has an AUX input for smartphones, tablets and MP3 players . The built-in stereo...
Review: The Crosley CR704C-PA Musician Turntable
Some Facts About Crosley Crosley was founded in 1920 by Powel Crosley. It was the first company to market a portable radio for the mass crowd. For only seven dollars you could have a Crosley radio, in an time where a normal radio on average would cost about a hundred...
Pyle-Home Vintage Phonograph Horn Turntable
About Pyle Home Audio Pyle is widely known for the Pyle Driver, their original speaker which quickly became a household name after the foundation of Pyle in the 1960’s. They started out as a manufacturer for high-quality advanced woofers and over the years developed...
Review of the Pyle PPTCM80BTBR Turntable
Discover The Smoothest Quality Of Sound With The Pyle PPTCM80BTBR Turntable One new model in a long line of History Turntables have a long and rich history in the music industry. The technology dates back in 1877 when Thomas Edison developed the first phonograph, that...
Review: Pyle PTR8UBTBK Bluetooth Turntable System!
Pro's: On of the more fresh and sleek designed "old days - look" record players. Aside from its trendy design the system is very easy to use. Its has both USB and SD-jacks, and is easily compatible with devices such as Android, iPhone, iPad, Tablets, Smartphones, u...
The Crosley Keepsake Deluxe, an in depth look
Pro's: Users on Amazon report to be very satisfied with the sound of this Crosley record player. Combine the great sound quality with the smooth design and you have what most users appreciate in this model. We did particularly like the black cabinet while most...
Review: Pyle PTCD56UBGR Record Player Stereo System!
Pros: This is a wholesome product with several modern specifications wrapped in a classic vintage look. The stereo system is user friendly and can be easily operated by all the members of the family. The remote control offers the utmost convenience. This...
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