We here at the HiFi Clinic are blue collar through and through. We don’t understand fancy Washington words like filibuster, caviar and Nuclear triad. However, we recognize hipster snobbery a mile away. The Vinyl District vintage turntable list is here for you to enter at your own risk!
For those of you who have a fire burning a hole in your pocket, check out this turntable we just found. It’s definitely a showpiece, if you are into that kind of thing. starting at $350 and going up to $1295. Gulp.
Our “friends” at North Face are embracing the full hipster trend of vinyl. Do we need more big box brands embracing something that used to be organic? I’ll let that question breathe for a while.
TNF just released two limited edition records bags to carry around your vinyl while biking from gig to gig. Good luck with that, DJ Pauly D.
A pretty cool how-to for taking a Seeburg 1950’s tabletop remote control and having it connect to your digital music player.
A story about a very cool RFID using Google Home and Chromecast speakers. Anyone have a home RFID printer with those cool labels?
I know that it sounds like an April Fool’s joke… and it might be! Feel free to suggest what music is etched into the Oreo cookie. I have a few suggestions…
Saw this pretty interesting story about what President Obama’s turntable setup is in the White House. It’s a good start, but he can do better if served by the HiFi Clinic.
Sony announced that they will start pressing vinyl again after a 28 year hiatus. While this is another indication of the trend away from lame services like iTunes, it’s also a sign of the #cashgrab times. Will this be just another lamestream media company grabbing for the cash or really the sign of peak popularity, like when your grandparents joined facebook?