LP 2 GO is the iPod of vinyl record players
Make your records relevant again with the Ion Audio LP 2 GO, a compact and very portable system for playing and ripping vinyl.
LAS VEGAS--Having hauled my record collection from state to state, I know that vinyl is pretty much the antithesis of portability. Ion Audio's LP 2 GO is making me think differently about my stash of Dylan and Stones records.
Ion has been spinning around in the. The LP 2 GO takes that same tech and shrinks it down to something you can toss into a backpack. You'll still have to pack those big record platters around, though.
LP 2 GO has a built-in speaker and headphone output. You can blast your tunes or convert them to MP3 format via USB with the bundled software. It plays both 33s and 45s.
The best part is that LP 2 GO will run on four AA batteries. That means you can groove to the sweet sounds of Elton John at the beach, in a bus, or halfway up the side of Mount McKinley.
I poked and prodded the LP 2 GO on the CES 2012 show floor here. It's not something you're going to want to carry around in your purse all the time, but it could definitely get a party started.
Ion also announced the Duo Deck at CES. It's a similarly portable record system, but it adds a cassette deck so that you get two obsolete technologies in one.