Headphones are available in a zillion styles, sizes, and price ranges. But we've cut through the clu
Pro-Ject Audio Systems' first headphones sound decent, but their $129 price tag is out of line given the nothing-special build quality.
The Audiophiliac covered U-Turn's Kickstarter project last year, and now he's listening to this remarkable turntable.
The Pro-Ject Hear-It 1 headphones are decent but not the greatest value.
Break out the old vinyl and spin it on this '50s-style player, which also offers some decidedly modern features and normally runs $200.
Audio-Technica's AT LP60 turntable typically sells for under $100, but it's a great way to discover the joys of analog sound.
Watch as a bunch of cute hamsters, mice, and other small furballs run around in circles -- and at times, just quietly go along for the ride -- on a spinning record.
USB turntables sound like crap, make lousy-sounding files, and worse yet, almost no one uses them to play records.
LPs are groovy again; here's what you need to know about buying a decent turntable.
An awesome music catalog and unique overall listening experience overshadow Turntable.fm's performance and interface flaws. Music lovers should definitely give it a try.
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The Sperling Heavyweight Turntable L-1 looks and feels like a futuristic record player.