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Yamaha Smartphone Turntable

The Yamaha Design Lab has come up with a proposal for new music devices that work in symbiosis with smartphone apps. The most eye-catching reveal is the TurnT which mimics the  nostalgic experience of a record player. The sleek device mimics the motions of placing a record on a turntable, using your phone´s screen as the vinyl, simply place the stylus on it and it starts playing. To change the song, you can change the album by swiping, and you can also reposition the stylus. watch the video below



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