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Tech Record Players changing our everyday music

Updated on January 10, 2017

With the revaluation of vinyl, there was growth of search to buy the best record player. The companies then started manufacturing and selling the turntables again, but the novelty is that the current models are not limited to analogue sound reproduction. They let you play digital formats like MP3 and connect to computers, smartphones and tablets via USB and other connectivity. Below, we have listed six vinyls with different characteristics, prices and styles, all for sale in Brazilian stores. Check out the best of the technologies of yesterday and today.

1. Teac LP-P1000

The Teac LP-P1000 model has a design inspired by the 1970's. The vinyl player has a signal-to-noise ratio of 50 dB or above, while the CD player, which plays MP3 and WMA files , Has 70 dB or higher. The phonograph also features AM / FM radio, headphone jack, remote control and Bluetooth technology. The total power of the boxes is 50 W, with a frequency response of 50 Hz to 20 kHz.


Gramophone Texas
Who wants to go even further in the retro look can choose the Gramophone Texas, a record player that dates back to the 1920s. The disc player features three speeds and has RMS power of 10 W. The equipment has USB 2.0 and SD memory card , CD player and AM / FM radio. In wood tone.

3. Lakewood Vitrola

Also in wood, the Lakewood Vessel offers as a differential the function of cassette tape player, in addition to the already presented vinyl and CD players. It even plays MP3 files via USB and SD memory card and has AM / FM radio. The device has RMS power of 10 W and counts on the modes of equalization in the genres: jazz, rock, classic, pop and flat.

4. Numark TTUSB
It's not because someone appreciates the quality of the vinyl record that needs to like old-looking models as well. If the consumer looks for an appliance with a modern style, the Numark TTUSB is a great choice. It is able to convert your discs into digital files directly to PC or Mac, in WAV or MP3 formats, connecting to the computer via USB. The converter also has RCA output, allowing you to connect the unit to amplifier, home theater or receiver. The product plays in 33 and 45 RPM, can reach to 78 RPM with use of software.

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