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Retro styles often find appreciation with audiophiles. CES 2011 does not disappoint.
Record players are back with a vengeance-- Crosley makes some lovely models featuring USB capabilities so you can transfer your LP sound to MP3's.
A portable model with built in speaker.
ION is also in the USB-LP player game, though they take a more modern approach to design.
These beauties are usb-capable. Get the warm sound of LP's through the same speakers you have hooked up to your itunes collection.
That's right. It mounts to the wall and it's red. WANT.
This is just an AM/FM radio. But what a beauty! By Crosley.
Boomboxes are back in action, with ipod docks built in. The RV-NB50 Kaboom by JVC.
The RX-120 from Unirex is a Radio Cassette recorder with digital music player (USB) abilities. I enjoy the plastic wood panelling.
Did i mention the prevalence of tape decks in these retro boom boxes? USB ports included.
Finally, a jukebox for my ipod: Crosley's iJuke.
If only you could play internet radio on these lovely models.
More retro gear from Crosley.
The Yeti Blue is a USB Microphone with some old school flavor.
Styled like a vintage amp, the Blockrocker (available with IPAD dock) allows you to wheel your music down the street and park wherever the picnic's at.
Confusing but cute "microphone-design" Ipod speakers by Merkury Innovations.