Vinyl is Back

The 33 and 45 RPM vinyl records have gone through a revival. Once replaced by 8-track tapes, cassettes, CD, MP3’s, and finally streaming through phones and other devices, records are now on the rebound. Part of the reason, this is happening is due to the advancement of the record player. That age-old device now has new features.


It doesn’t just play records, it also   the millennials are driving this trend, that's the 21- to 39-year-olds of today. Those people born in 1982 to the year 2000 are now embracing the nostalgia of vinyl records. They’re looking for a romantic, in-depth experience, which allows them to time to revel in the details found on the album cover and the liner notes. This is something the digital music world has left far behind. It’s all about time and the peace one gets from taking the time to patiently wait for a song to play as the table begins to rotate and the needle hits the vinyl.


Not only are the young embracing the old technology, they’re also straddling both worlds, the old and the new. The oddest fact is that these turntables are priced very reasonably even though they are often packed with advanced features. The new hybrid turntables feature Bluetooth, a power amplifier, a subwoofer output, a vacuum tube preamplifier section, an unbalanced auxiliary input, a shielded phono preamplifier, digital audio coaxial, and stereo speaker outputs. For the shopper, they should know, you can find a turntable for $99.00 on up to $6500. Your choice of turntables is completely dependent upon your pocketbook. But, if you want to experience the nostalgia of vinyl while enjoying the sounds and technology of today, invest in your own turntable and enjoy!



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