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Record Turntables Expand Your Audio Horizons

Record turntables have remained fashionable and useful throughout the years, and professional disc jockeys, sound engineers and even HR managers can make use of good turntables. Vintage-style turntables provide a fun piece for specialized shops and retro retailers. Sound pros can open their client bases by converting vinyl records to tapes, CDs or digital audio files.

Systems Built for Professionals

Professional DJs can choose from an assortment of equipment designed to up their record game with these turntables, and live DJs are sure to please traditional-minded crowds with old-fashioned vinyl. Choose a top-quality LP-to-digital turntable to send audio from traditional records to digital signal paths for enhanced live sound or professional studio recording.

Liven Up the Break room

Gain the respect of your employees by supplying them with an all-in-one sound system that includes a turntable. Encourage employees to enjoy a bit of music while they unwind and recharge to finish out their work days. You can even encourage employees to bring in records to share with the team. Keep a turntable around for office parties and picnics to get dancing going, or just to make your company's booth or tent stand out at festivals and conferences.

Go Retro

Record stores and vintage boutiques are sure to impress clients with vintage-style record players on display. Many of these selections feature old-time styling with modern twists, such as the addition of CD and cassette players. A coffee shop owner can cater to patrons who appreciate a bit of history by running a vintage-inspired record turntable through the house system.

Create Professional Conversions

Professional sound studios and audio/visual departments can expand their business to include vinyl-to-digital conversions with several turntable choices. These turntables can convert to MP3s or traditional formats such as tape and CD.