Panasonic sold 3.5 million turntables since 1972, but lagging sales doomed the legendary turntable.
Rumours are circulating in the wheels of steel community that Panasonic is to kill off the legendary Technics 1200 and 1210 turntables. Sad day or about time too?
Sound & Vision magazine's Michael Trei tested three turntables--the Rega Research P1, Music Hall mmf 2.2, and Technics SL-1200MK2--and the winner is?
Crave's Eric Mack and his daughter express big excitement over littleBits, a color-coded magnetic playground for miniature makers-in-training.
The readers' selection lists for the best-of-the-best gear were full of surprises, with winners and losers in each category.
Innovative Audio specializes in selling affordable "vintage" hi-fis. Complete systems with a receiver, turntable or CD player and speakers start around $500!
The Audio Technica AT-LP120 is a fully appointed turntable with USB output and a styling that looks a whole lot like a Technics SL-MK1200.
Is it more than a little strange that so many people buying LPs didn't grow up playing records? What's the appeal?
Can you buy a great sounding amplifier for $450? Stereophile magazine's Robert J. Reina thinks so; he really liked the Marantz PM5003 integrated amp.
What the Scratch system adds is a very high-end sound card that enables multiple audio inputs, via which you can connect either vinyl or CD decks.