It’s been apparent that vinyl records have been undergoing a renaissance in the past decade. Sales have been surging and specialty stores have been popping up to cater to the needs of enthusiasts. The vinyl culture never really went away; it was perhaps simply pushed to the side during a time when audio formats—from tapes to CDs to MP3s—shifted constantly. Despite being a century-old medium, the vinyl has endured the test of time and has always retained a solid core of fans.
We’ve written about why it’ll always stand out in an age of digital downloads and music streaming. Now, let’s talk about a standout record player—the Gramovox Floating Record. It’s a high-performance turntable that plays your records vertically through built-in, dynamic, full-range stereo speakers. Designed for long-time enthusiasts and vinyl virgins alike, the player allows users to effortlessly spin tunes thanks to its excellent cueing mechanism. It’s also a complete package—you won’t have to buy anything else (phono pre-amps, amplifiers, speakers) since all the essentials are already built in. And with the turntable’s erect setup, sound will take a visual form; one that gives off the illusion that your vinyl is floating in mid-air. It's definitely drool-worthy. Check out the review below for more information on the product.
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