Certus Turntable Makes You Choose Between Listening to Records or Feeding Your Family

Got a lot of money to spend and a fetish for obsolete technology? The Certus Turntable by Teres Audio will play whatever records you still own for the hefty price of between $13,900 and $25,500. For the annual wage of a migrant farmer, you get a "magnetic damped multi-phase synchronous drive system to directly drive… » 7/12/08 12:45pm 7/12/08 12:45pm

Vinyl Killer: Honey, I Shrunk Diddy's Camper Van

This is for the folks out there who have ripped their music collection but can't bear to throw their vinyl out. Like me. Fit a battery in this Swarovski-studded VW Camper Van, place its needle on the record, watch it race round the grooves, and think, "Jeez, the sound quality on this is abysmal". Well, what do you… » 3/14/07 8:05am 3/14/07 8:05am

Vestax Portable Turntable Lets You Spin 45s from the Road

I've always been a fan of vinyl, and while the thought of a portable record player sounds cool, something about this player tells me I shouldn't keep my expectations too high. But for $169, the belt-driven Handy Trax Portable Black Limited Edition lets you play your scratchy vinyl collection (33, 45, and 78 RPM… » 12/12/06 7:45pm 12/12/06 7:45pm