Modern Symbol Record Console

Record players are just a memory for most of us. They used to be a great part of our lives some time ago but, with time, technology has evolved and made this beautiful piece disappear. However, vinyl records and record players are still great masterpieces that are highly appreciated. The Symbol Record Console is an attempt to turn out attention towards these unique pieces, but in a modern way.

The console has a very plastic name. It’s a symbol of the past, present and the future at the same time. On one hand, the design of the console is reminiscent of the antique pieces that we appreciate so much. It’s an homage to all console of the 50s. On the other hand, this console has a very clean and modern look. This makes it a great symbol of the present and the transition we are experiencing. There’s also the futuristic vision, the console also being a symbol of the future. It shows how far we have come and it lets us envision the progress we are yet to see.

The Symbol Record Console is crafted from solid American Walnut. It features a metal base and two 6.5’’ full-range speakers, one on each end. There’s also a hidden amplifier and a subwoofer. The console also features a built-in Wi-Fi for streaming music from an iPhone, iPad, iPod or computer. The hand-built tube amplifier and turntable are the focal point of the design.The price it’s availble on request.

Published by in Home Gadgets, on May 23rd, 2012


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