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Wheel Turntable

The Wheel Turntable is a record player that is simple, clean, and easy to use. The minimal record player has no buttons, just a centre stick that controls all the functions (on and off, headphone volume, and skip tracks). To keep things clean, everything is built into the platter, the belt drive, the linear tonearm, the amplifiers, and all technology is safely hidden from dust and accidents. This also allows it to operate horizontally on vertically mounted on a wall, and gives you an unobstructed view of your precious record. watch the video below.

Learn more from Miniot, or pre-order from Kickstarter




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