Panasonic sold 3.5 million turntables since 1972, but lagging sales doomed the legendary turntable.
Turntables just spin records; how can they possibly have a sound? They do. No wonder high-end turntables sound vastly better than budget models.
Theo Braakman doesn't merely collect turntables, he painstakingly restores them. They are stunning works of industrial art.
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?
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.
Want to make your turntable sound groovier than ever? The Audiophiliac is here to help.
For $20, Djay for iPad is an app that's nearly as good as a regular turntable. Amateur houseparties, begin!
Steve Guttenberg rounds up some terrific-sounding hi-fi and music gifts for anyone with ears.
What sounds better, analog or digital? That's a matter of opinion.
A few audiophiles may be the last analog holdouts, but everyone else loves digital!