Visit Cart Search
Visit Cart

Symbol Record Console

Vinyl made its comeback some time ago, but the record player has yet to catch up. Until now. The Symbol Record Console ($18,500) is a bench-made modern record player that pays homage to the all-in-one console hi-fis of the '50s, but bests them with an incredibly clean, modern look. Features include solid American Walnut construction, a metal base, two 6.5-inch full-range speakers, a second, hidden amplifier and subwoofer, built-in Wi-Fi for streaming music from an iPhone, iPad, iPod, or computer, and a hand-built tube amplifier and turntable, which are set into patinated steel plates to lend the appropriate sense of style to the proceedings.

  • Logitech UE Air Speaker

    It might not be for everyone, but if you've got an iPhone, iPad, or are just heavily invested in iTunes, AirPlay should be on your checklist for your next speaker purchase — and the Logitech UE Air Speaker ($400) offers exactly that. Packed inside the sleek black body are dual tweeters and dual subwoofers, as well as a pop-out iPad/iPhone/iPod dock that helps with effortless setup, streamlined top-mounted controls, and a 3.5mm input for other audio devices — cable not included.

  • AMG V12 Turntable

    Your vinyl has never sounded looked so good. The AMG V12 Turntable ($15,000) is the first turntable from Analog Manufaktur Germany, featuring a CNC machined 25mm aluminum plinth, a 16mm axle bearing, a CNC machined aluminum platter with a weighted rim, a Lorenzi 2 pulse, low-speed brushless motor, 33.3, 45, and 78 speeds, a belt drive mechanism, a twelve inch tonearm, and devastatingly handsome looks.